Egg Farmers of Ontario Confirms 52,000 Hens Killed Off Because They’re Not Profitable

Egg Farmers of Ontario has quietly changed its website after shocking footage released on TikTok showed a trucker hauling away 52,000 hens, who were killed off en masse on an […]

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#77: Exposing Egg Industry Mass Killings With Brittany Semeniuk

Episode 77 of the Paw & Order podcast is co-hosted by Jessica Scott-Reid along with a special guest co-host, Kaitlyn Mitchell, who’s a staff lawyer at Animal Justice. Jessica and Kaitlyn dive into pressing news involving animals, including an animal advocate being acquitted of a criminal charge after exposing horrific conditions at an Ontario fur farm, an activist with Direct Action Everywhere in the U.S. being charged under Iowa’s new ag gag law, Kaitlyn’s interview in the Winnipeg Free Press regarding ag gag bills in Manitoba, and Animal Justice filing a cruelty complaint after 6 hens were found alive on top of a pile of thousands of dead flock mates who were dumped in a Manitoba landfill.

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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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Ontario “Ag Gag” Bill is Unconstitutional, Say Leading Legal Experts

TORONTO—Dozens of Canadian law professors and constitutional and criminal law experts are sounding the alarm over Ontario’s Bill 156, Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2019.  According to […]

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Ag Gag Laws: Hiding Animal Abuse by Stifling Freedom of Expression

Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about the treatment of animals raised and slaughtered for food. More and more people are avoiding or reducing consumption of meat and other animal products, […]

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What You Can Do About False Animal Welfare Labels on Meat, Dairy, and Eggs

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a “What We Heard” report about its planned overhaul of Canadian food labelling regulations. What We Heard reports are issued after stakeholders […]

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