How the Bird Flu Outbreak Threatens Animals Across Canada

Animal Justice is concerned that there may be culls of tens of thousands of birds as the H5N1 virus continues to spread, but birds on factory farms may not be the only victims.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Ag Gag Laws in Canada

Today is Canada’s Agriculture Day, a day when many people celebrate how our food is produced. While Canada is well-known for growing crops like wheat, pulses, and legumes, the country […]

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5 Spooky Industries That Are a Living Nightmare for Animals

Halloween is just around the corner. Many people will be getting into the spooky spirit by watching scary movies, carving pumpkins, and dressing up in costumes. But for animals used […]

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Animal Protection Groups Blocked From Testifying About Federal Ag Gag Law

Parliament is considering a troubling federal ag gag law, yet animal protection organizations like Animal Justice have been blocked from testifying about how the proposed law would harm animals and […]

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Say NO to Ag Gag laws in Manitoba

Please note that the consultation period is now closed. The Manitoba government is consulting the public on potential “ag gag” (agricultural gag) laws in Manitoba, and now is the time […]

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Bill 156 Prohibition on Stopping or Interfering with Animal Transport Trucks Comes Into Effect

Today, sections of the controversial Bill 156 come into force, making it an offence to stop or interfere with trucks carrying farmed animals to slaughterhouses. Bill 156, the Security from […]

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Animal Justice Files False Advertising Complaint Against King Cole Ducks for Animal Cruelty Cover-Up

On February 18, 2020, shocking footage of animal cruelty emerged from inside a King Cole Ducks factory farm in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario. Animal advocates held a protest outside the farm Ontario, […]

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How to Lobby Your Political Reps to Support Plant-Strong Eating Recommendations

Earlier this year, Health Canada published much-anticipated draft revisions to Canada’s outdated food guide. The proposed healthy eating recommendations would encourage Canadians to eat “vegetables, fruit, whole grains and protein-rich […]

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Pig Scrambles Violate Animal Cruelty Laws, Says Animal Justice

CHARLOTTETOWN – National animal law organization Animal Justice has sent a letter to law enforcement authorities in Prince Edward Island advising that “pig scramble” events likely violate federal and provincial […]

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