Ontario Responds to Undercover Footage of Pig Farm Abuse By Banning Hidden-Camera Exposés

On December 5, 2020 Ontario brought its ag gag laws in effect—just days after Animal Justice released undercover footage of violent animal abuse and filthy conditions at a pig factory […]

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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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Proposed Ag Gag Law Regulations Will Cover up Farmed Animal Cruelty in Ontario

Please note that the consultation period is now closed. Earlier this year, Ontario passed a dangerous new law that will cover up animal cruelty by outlawing undercover investigations at farms […]

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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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#48: Death Row Dog Named Punky Loses Last Appeal

February 7, 2020 In Episode 48, Peter & Camille discuss the case of Punky Santics, an Australian cattle dog on death row who lost a bid to appeal to Canada’s […]

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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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Episode 24: Judge Finds Ontario SPCA Law Enforcement is Unconstitutional

January 14, 2019 Happy New Year! Paw & Order is back after a holiday hiatus, but don’t worry—things haven’t been quiet. Hosts Peter Sankoff and Camille Labchuk dive right into […]

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#24: Judge Finds Ontario SPCA Law Enforcement is Unconstitutional

Hosts Peter Sankoff and Camille Labchuk dive right into analyzing the brand new judgment in Bogaerts v Attorney General of Ontario, which found that the Ontario SPCA’s law enforcement powers are unconstitutional. Find out what this stunning decision means for the future of animal law enforcement in Ontario, and why Animal Justice is pleased with the outcome.

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