Animal Justice Seeks Intervener Status In Supreme Court Case About Public Interest Standing

Animal Justice is seeking leave to intervene in a Supreme Court of Canada case that could have important implications for access to justice in cases involving animals and animal advocates. […]

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Animal Justice Files Legal Challenge to Strike Down Ontario “Ag Gag” Law

Animal Justice has filed a lawsuit challenging the Ontario government over a troubling “ag gag” (agricultural gag) law that was passed last year to cover up animal cruelty at farms, […]

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#71: Adventures of a Farm Animal Protection Lawyer With Peter Brandt

January 22, 2021 It’s the three-year anniversary of the Paw & Order podcast! Thanks so much to our listeners for tuning in and for supporting the show. You’re the reason […]

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#70: Kimberly Carroll Introduces the Animal Justice Academy

In Episode 70 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid speak with Kimberly Carroll, Animal Justice’s Communications Strategist and on the Board of Directors. Kimberly announces an exciting new initiative: The Animal Justice Academy!
The Animal Justice Academy is a six-week advocacy bootcamp featuring over 80 presenters who are leaders in the animal rights movement. Together, they guide participants how to create real change for animals through political engagement, media, public protest and outreach, veganism, creative mediums, business, and using your own unique communities and social circles.

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Animal Justice Files Cruelty Complaint After 5 Pigs Fall From Moving Transport Truck

Animal Justice is calling for animal cruelty charges against a transporter after five pigs fell off a moving tractor trailer driving on the busy Highway 401 outside of Kingston, Ontario. […]

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#64: Matthew Liebman on How Justice the Horse Sued His Former Owner

October 2, 2020 This episode of the Paw & Order podcast kicks off with a recap of the online Canadian Animal Law Conference, which was a smashing success! A reminder […]

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2nd Annual Canadian Animal Law Conference Takes Different but Impactful Format: A Review by Journalist Jessica Scott-Reid

Guest blog post by journalist Jessica Scott-Reid, co-host of the Paw & Order podcast Not surprisingly, the second annual Canadian Animal Law Conference, held this past weekend, looked quite different […]

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Animal Justice to Continue the Fight Against Bill 156 in Court

“Whistle-blowers have been champions of truth and justice across our province, our country and this world. They have a role which has upheld democracy, which has spoken truth to power, […]

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Canada Slaughtered 834 Million Animals in 2019

The Canadian meat industry is slaughtering more animals for food than ever before, according to government slaughter statistics analyzed by Animal Justice. In 2019, over 834 million land animals were […]

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