New census data from Statistics Canada reveals that fur farming has reached a historic low.
In an era when consumers, companies, and entire countries are rejecting fur, the Government of Nova Scotia is funding its production.
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.
Call on Nova Scotia Minister of Lands and Forestry to direct staff to use coexistence measures and enforcement to protect wildlife from human action.
Legislative changes may make it easier to prosecute cruelty.
Government program to hand and aerial drop vaccines a compassionate plan.
Foxes, coyotes, raccoons, and other animals may be looking for new places to live in the spring and summer.
Being an informed advocate is the first step to helping the animals.
A Vancouver-area retailer’s response to concerns about fox fur being used on a product raised the eyebrows of many advocates, including ours
Living with wildlife can be challenging, but it is both possible and beneficial for residents to learn how. At times when we mourn the loss of a beloved family pet, these discussions are difficult, as understandable anger gets directed at the wildlife who shares our communities
The dwindling Czech fur farm business took another hit this week as a bill to ban the killing of animals for their fur passed its