New census data from Statistics Canada reveals that fur farming has reached a historic low.
The Fur-Bearers have obtained documents that show millions of dollars are being accessed by fur farms in Ontario.
In an era when consumers, companies, and entire countries are rejecting fur, the Government of Nova Scotia is funding its production.
From fur farming bans to retail bans, the movement to make fur history keeps growing. We provide a recap of this year’s events and ways you can take action.
The US House of Representatives have passed an amendment that would ban mink farming in America.
See installations by artist Jill Price that can shift views and stories on fur through history.
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.
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.
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.
Our letter outlines WorkSafeBC inspection reports that show systemic issues on fur farms. Read it now and write your own letter with our tips!
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.
A recent report from the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has revealed new information about the 3rd mink farm in British Columbia affected by COVID-19.