#62: Animal Cruelty Cover-Up Laws Continue to Spread

Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid give an update on ag gag laws in Canada, including police handing out tickets to protesters outside of Fearmans Pork slaughterhouse, Ontario releasing info on draft regulations for ag gag Bill 156, a new provision under the bill going into effect that now prohibits advocates from stopping transport trucks, and Manitoba launching public consultations for its own troubling ag gag legislation.

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Animal Justice & a Coalition of Groups Call for a Reset of Canada’s Food System

As Canada’s only national animal law organization, Animal Justice regularly speaks out about animal suffering at farms and slaughterhouses.  Whistleblower exposés have exposed horrific animal abuse at factory farms across […]

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Animal Justice Says No Bailouts for Factory Farms 

Animal Justice and a coalition of Canadian animal protection organizations have written to the federal government, demanding that no federal bailout funds be given to factory farms where animal cruelty […]

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Federal Government Hands Out Cash for Cruel Foie Gras Industry PR Initiative

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