Episode 6: Using False Advertising Laws to Tackle Animal Cruelty

March 30, 2018   In Episode 6 of Paw & Order, hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff tackle the topic of false advertising, and how animal lawyers use consumer protection […]

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#6: Using False Advertising Laws to Tackle Animal Cruelty

Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff tackle the topic of false advertising, and how animal lawyers use consumer protection laws creatively to expose and combat animal suffering.

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Don Cherry & Animal Justice Offer to Buy Tranquilizers for Toronto Police

TORONTO – In the aftermath of the recent Toronto bear shooting, animal law organization Animal Justice and hockey commentator Don Cherry are offering to purchase a tranquilizing gun and related […]

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Ag Department’s New Chief of Staff Has Close Ties to Ag Industry

Canada’s new agriculture minister has announced his chief of staff: Mary Jean McFall, whose family owns one of Canada’s largest egg producers—Burnbrae Farms—and who used to serve as a board […]

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Former Ikea Monkey Owner Acquires New Monkeys, Highlights Inadequate Exotic Animal Laws

TORONTO – Yasmin Nakhuda, former owner of Darwin the Ikea monkey, has reportedly acquired two new Japanese macaque monkeys. Darwin, a baby Japanese macaque, was rescued by Toronto Animal Services […]

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Animal Justice Considers Legal Challenge to Save Eli the Potbellied Pig

CALGARY — Animal Justice Canada Legislative Fund is considering launching a legal challenge in the case of Eli the potbellied pig, who lives as a family pet in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Animal Justice […]

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AJCLF Launches Charter of Rights and Freedoms for Animals

Animal Justice Canada Legislative Fund (AJCLF) today launched a new national campaign to have basic rights for animals enshrined into Canadian law through the Animal Charter of Rights and Freedoms. […]

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Captive Wildlife: Elephants and Canada Don’t Mix

There are approximately 35 zoos in Canada, not including aquariums. Within these zoos, there are several different species of wild animals, not native to Canadian climate, living in captivity. There […]

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Coalition of Animal Protection Groups Call for Change to Farmed Animal Transport Regulations

On the heels of a Mercy For Animals Canada investigation exposing profound animal suffering and complicit government inspectors at a pig assembly yard in Alberta, a coalition of animal protection […]

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