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.
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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.
A one-stop resource for everything you need to know about fur farming in British Columbia – and how you can help end it.
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!
Chinchilla fur farm operated for several years without a health management plan, a requirement for a permit.
Fourteen specialists call on the government to re-examine licensing and permits for breeding and confining mink in BC.
Outerwear company infamous for coyote fur clearly sees consumer demand moving away from their traditional product.
Rollbacks on cage sizes, no mention of coronavirus and backing off euthanasia requirements shows an industry unwilling or unable to change.
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!
News is moving quickly as SARS-CoV-2 continues to wreak havoc in the international fur industry.
As many as 17 million mink will be killed as mutated virus “poses risk to the effectiveness” of future COVID-19 vaccines