Fat Tuesday Fur Facts webinar

Are you up to date on the trapping regulations in your province? Do you know how many fur farms Canada is home to, and how the animals are killed? Can you separate fact from fiction in Facebook posts that are for – or against – the fur industry?

If you’re planning on leafletting or taking part in a demonstration on Fur Free Friday, or just want a refresher course, you should join The Fur-Bearers’ staff for our special Fat Tuesday Fur Facts webinar.

This webinar will run through the basics on the fur industry in Canada, the current status of our dog and cat fur and #MakeFurHistory campaigns, and even delve into the political history of the notorious Agreement on International Humane Trapping Standards (AIHTS).

The event will last for approximately 60 minutes including a question and answer period, and all you need to attend is a computer or Apple mobile device (iPod or iPad). A webcam or microphone is not necessary for participation. To see if your computer or mobile device will properly work with our webinar software or to test your connection speed, please click here (will open a new window).

Fat Tuesday Fur Facts webinar

February 9, 2016

9:00 pm Eastern time / 6:00 pm Pacific time

Admission is by $2 donation and will support our #MakeFurHistory and Living With Wildlife campaigns

Monthly donors, members and registered volunteers will receive an email offering free access to this webinar.

Register now! You will be taken to a secure server for payment, then sent a special link to register for the webinar.

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Established in 1953, The Fur-Bearers is a charitable, non-partisan organization whose goals are to end the commercial fur trade and promote solutions for wildlife coexistence in communities. Your donation is tax-deductible.

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