That the Senate—
(a) notes that:
(i) dolphins are highly intelligent animals, with complex physical and behavioural needs – in the wild, they live in intricate social networks, are migratory and can travel more than 100 kilometres in a single day,
(ii) captive environments are incapable of meeting the needs of dolphins and can severely impact their health and welfare, and
(iii) the Parliament of Canada has passed legislation banning whales, dolphins and porpoises from being bred or held in captivity in most circumstances; and
(b) calls on the Federal Government to work with states and territories to ban dolphin captivity for entertainment in Australia.