There will be sound and fury at the Toronto Humane Society’s annual general meeting today. It will not signify impending change.

The society has been plagued by allegations of mismanagement and animal mistreatment since the spring. At the meeting, members critical of president Tim Trow will have their first chance in a year to question him in person. But they will be unable to achieve one of their primary goals: Getting current board members replaced by reform-minded outsiders due to a lack of interest in open board seats.

The OSPCA’s investigation of the society’s animal-care practices continues.