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Read the latest news from the fight for stronger laws and better enforcement for animals in Canada.

Homeless Dogs Shot in the Street as World Cup Arrives in Qatar

The CFIA dog import ban means rescue organizations are unable to save dogs from Qatar and bring them to loving homes in Canada.

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Animals Suffer & Die Due to Canada’s Weak Animal Transport Rules

The CFIA is failing farmed animals. According to its own numbers, over 1.5 million animals are either injured or killed in transport each year.

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Why is the Meat Industry Part of Canada’s COP27 Delegation?

Meat and dairy are an environmental disaster, and shouldn’t be influencing world leaders on plans to tackle climate change.

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Foxhunting: Coyotes Pursued by Hounds in Canada’s Secretive Bloodsport

Foxhunting has been banned in England, but in Canada, hunting season is open.

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Government Petition e-4190: End the Live Export of Horses for Slaughter

Canadians are calling on the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food to finally end the live export of horses for slaughter.

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Remembering the Animal Victims of War

Countless horses, dogs, pigeons, and other animals died in World War I and World War II—not as willing participants in these violent conflicts, but as victims who were used for human purposes, and had their lives taken from them.

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Canada’s Zoo Crisis Exposed on National TV

CTV’s investigative affairs program W5 broadcasted Animal Justice’s shocking undercover footage to the nation.

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Ducks & Geese Suffer for Canada Goose Winter Jackets

November 2 is Canada Goose Cruelty Awareness Day.

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Animal Justice & Soi Dog Canada Challenge Government in Court Over Dog Rescue Ban

The CFIA’s rescue dog import ban is unlawful and is a death sentence for dogs in need.

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Victory! British Columbia Permanently Bans Many Rodenticides

The new regulation will prohibit the sale and use of second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides in BC for all members of the public, and most commercial and industrial operations.

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