Animal Law: Funding, Frustrations, and Finding Solutions for Change

Defender Radio Podcast Animal Law: Funding, Frustrations, and Finding Solutions for Change

It was a bit surprising and confusinsg to see headlines popping up about the Ontario SPCA backing off farmed animal investigations, and not laying any charges in a clear hoarding situation. In trying to learn more, we realized that the issue is complex both in how cruelty laws work in Canada, and in the politics of changing them.

And when those two worlds collide, there’s one person we call: Camille Labchuk. The Executive Director at Animal Justice and a powerhouse attorney, Camille joined Defender Radio to talk through what’s going on with the Ontario SPCA, the problems in having a non-government agency manage legal matters, and why making sure that advocates are properly filing reports, complaints, and creating paper trails matters.

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