NEWS BRIEF – 524: Getting Schooled on Canada’s Commercial Seal Hunt

Defender Radio NEWS BRIEF  - 524: Getting Schooled on  Canada’s Commercial Seal Hunt

The East coast seal hunt has started in Canada, and with ita fierce public relations campaign from two sides: those who support the seal hunt, and those who oppose it. While the facts are available there are groups and individuals who pass on misinformation and disinformation regarding the hunt from both camps. That’s why weturn to Canadian seal hunt expertSheryl Fink of the International Fund for Animal Welfare for answers. Using publicly available government documents, citing sources, and speaking plainly, Sheryl provides a fact-based look at the inherently inhumane hunt and helps Canadians and an international audience of animal lovers understand what’s happening in the east coast seal hunt.

Sheryl joined Defender Radio to discuss the seal hunt, dismiss some disinformation, and address myths surrounding the commercial seal hunt.

Hear more in this5-Minute News Brief– the full interview will be available later this week!

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