Read the latest news from the fight for stronger laws and better enforcement for animals in Canada.
Historic Fur Trader “The Bay” Goes Fur-Free!
Hudson’s Bay Company was once the largest fur trader in North America.Keep Reading
Foreign Pig Farm Lobbyists Oppose Banning Iceland’s Blood Farms
A new documentary, “Iceland – the hidden blood business” exposes how horses are abused for the factory farm hormone.Keep Reading
Meat, Dairy & Eggs Drain Fresh Water Resources
Animal agriculture is responsible for 20-30 percent of all freshwater consumption in the world today.Keep Reading
Join Our Team! Wanted: Communications Associate
Animal Justice is a national animal law advocacy organization, focused on improving legal protections for animals in Canada. Our team works to pass strong new animal laws at all levels […]Keep Reading
Hens Suffer as Major Brands Wobble on Cage-Free Commitments
The Open Wing Alliance is calling out three global companies for failing to report meaningful progress towards their cage-free egg commitments.Keep Reading
We Caught Them Illegally Abusing Animals – Why Is This Slaughterhouse Still Licensed?
Meadow Valley Meats subjects animals to illegal abuse and has a history of violations.Keep Reading
Toxicity Testing Update: Bill S-5 Passes Committee Stage
As the bill moves through study and debate in the House of Commons, Animal Justice lawyers are working to bring in new restrictions on animal testing.Keep Reading
Animal Justice Renews Calls for Charges After Orca Kiska Dies at Marineland
Kiska, widely known as the “loneliest orca in the world”, has died after living over 40 years in a tank at Marineland, with over a decade in solitary confinement. Her […]Keep Reading
US Regulator Agrees: Soy Milk is a Milk
In draft guidelines, the FDA found that the word “milk” on plant-based products did not confuse shoppers and that there are free speech considerations with food label regulations.Keep Reading
Circle K Goes Cage-Free!
Couche-Tard expands its cage free commitment, with 2,000 franchise-owned stores around the world committed to stop selling eggs from caged hens by 2025.Keep Reading