Our bear awareness door hangers are hitting doors in communities across British Columbia and Canada!
New census data from Statistics Canada reveals that fur farming has reached a historic low.
Statistics Canada has published new data on fur farming in Canada. The new data update adds information for years 2019 and 2020. There is reason to be optimistic.
The Fur-Bearers calls on government to put protections in place at fur farms.
Survey reveals strong majority want to #MakeFurHistory
Sheryl Fink provides facts about Canada’s East coast commercial seal hunt to combat misinformation and help animal advocates speak out against the inherently inhumane practice.
Dogs and cats are maimed or killed in legally set traps across Canada every year. You can protect your pets with these tips.
Managing editor acknowledges mistakes, but still relies on single government biologist for information.
Love at first sight for beavers 16-946 and 17-536 at Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation!
For animal lovers of all types, this can be an extremely trying time, whether you have a dog who’s noise sensitive or reactionary, a cat that ventures outdoors, or are aware of the wildlife scurrying around your neighbourhood. The Fur-Bearers want to help you reduce the stress of Canada Day celebrations for yourself and the animals, and make sure everyone can still have a good time.
We LOVE beavers, if you didn’t know. And today, our national birthday, we’ll be seeing beavers all over the place. But as much as the
The realities of trophy hunting of animals in Africa by North American tourists hit home last year, when Cecil the lion was infamously slaughtered by