MP for Beaches-East York discusses petition e3096 and how all MPs can learn more about animal welfare.
Call on Nova Scotia Minister of Lands and Forestry to direct staff to use coexistence measures and enforcement to protect wildlife from human action.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
We are calling on the government of British Columbia to immediately enact a trap warning sign system that requires trappers to post bright, visible signage at all access points when traps are within 20 metres of a street, service road, trail, pathway, or other publicly accessible area.
Tell Dani Reiss and Canada Goose that you’ve heard them loud and clear – inherently inhumane fur is part of their brand, and you’re going to #RefuseTheGoose!
Feline veterinary expert Dr. Margie Scherk explains the truth about cat declawing, alternatives to prevent scratching, and dispels a myth about shelter dumping.
Disappointed isn’t a strong enough word for what we’re feeling today. Last night, the Trudeau government announced their response to our formal parliamentary petition e-123,
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
A Private Members Bill (PMB) that includes a ban on the import and sale of dog and cat fur to Canada, and a requirement to
It’s finally happened – an official government petition (e-123) is online and awaiting your signature to demand a ban on the import and sale of
We were exceptionally proud of our largest national airline earlier this week, when Air Canada announced they would no longer transport trophies taken from animals
The twisting saga of a conservation officer who chose to break the rules and conserve, rather than kill, two innocent bear cubs, is underscoring the
A raccoon who had already lost one paw to a leg-hold trap has been injured again by another leg-hold trap in White Rock, BC. According
Thousands of signatures opposing the importation of dog and cat fur were introduced to the House of Commons last week by MP for Vancouver East
George, a beloved family pet, was killed in front of his owners. Valerie Strain watched, helplessly, as George struggled and ultimately died in the killing