Animal Justice Canada is a Canadian Registered Charity (#80399 7212 RR0001) dedicated to advancing public knowledge of animal practices and preventing the abuse and killing of animals through the enforcement of existing laws.
Animal Justice Canada Legislative Fund is a federally incorporated not-for-profit dedicated to advocating for the humane treatment of animals.
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March 1, 2015
Moose hunting in Ontario, by both Ontario residents and non-residents – those who come to Ontario specifically to kill animals, is responsible for a tragic and worrying decline in moose populations in recent years. Animal Justice recently submitted comments to Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (the “Ministry”), calling on the province to prohibit hunters from gunning down moose calves – a practice that is currently permitted. (more…)
Posted in Blog
March 29, 2015
TORONTO – On Saturday evening, CTV’s W5 aired disturbing undercover footage of chickens being abused, apparently in violation of federal and provincial law. The footage was shot at one of Canada’s largest slaughterhouses, owned by Maple Lodge Farms. (more…)
Posted in Media Releases | Tagged animal cruelty offences, animal protection, chicken, chicken slaughter, criminal, cruelty, Health of Animals Act, hidden camera, illegal, Maple Lodge Farms, meat, slaughter, slaughterhouse, undercover investigation