The Canadian Council on Animal Care is an organization that oversees and sets rules for the so called "ethical" use of animals in science, i.e. animal testing, vivisection, etc...
Well here we are 10 years later and the final report by the CCAC still hasn't been released and if it ever does their standards of marine mammal captivity will be completely voluntary.
In the pictured article from 2003 Marineland owner John Holer is quoted:
"Our animals are breeding. They're happy, they're healthy. We have extremely good care, we are constantly training staff, we are continuously upgrading facilities."
As it turns out Marineland's orca breeding program became a complete failure. Court documents revealed Marineland employees did not receive the most up to date training. Testimonials by former staff widely exposed chronic under staffing and facility problems which has led to persistent health problems for the animals.
Since that article was published and in the decade during which the CCAC has been studying the issue, 8 orcas, 16 belugas and countless other animals have died at Marineland.