The Fur-Bearers’ petition calling for the end of fur farming in British Columbia has made its way to the legislature!
Read our submission to the government of British Columbia about the prohibition on mink farming and changes to the Fur Farm Regulation.
Read why we think the province needs to follow British Columbia’s lead and support a transition away from fur farming.
The government is asking British Columbians to provide comments on amendments to the Fur Farm Regulation following the decision to end mink farming.
In this post, we explain the key information in the mink moratorium, and what you can do to help the movement to end fur farming in British Columbia.
A group of 29 British Columbia infectious disease specialists sent an open letter to BC Premier John Horgan calling for an end to fur farming in the province.
Fur farming in BC continues to pose a serious public health risk after mink escape their cages and test positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Read our open letter in response to Minister of Agriculture’s letter sent to residents concerned about fur farms and COVID-19 in British Columbia.
Fourteen specialists call on the government to re-examine licensing and permits for breeding and confining mink in BC.
News release highlights ethics, welfare, and public health concerns in call to shut down British Columbia’s operating fur farms.
An infected wild mink was found in the immediate area of a Utah mink farm outbreak
TAKE ACTION: Petitions for B.C. residents and Canadians available in this article!
SARS-CoV-2 devastates mink farms worldwide, regardless of “biosecurity” measures.
High percentage of mink tested positive on Aragon fur farm recently.
13 mink farms are uninspected and running in British Columbia.