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NARD Victoria Proclamation Passes

NARD Victoria Proclamation

NARD Victoria proclamation to oppose violence and oppression against animals passes, despite opposition from councillor. On a regular basis the City of Victoria passes proclamations brought forward from various organizations for the city to recognize officially.  These proclamations do not hold the city to any duty to those organizations, but is …

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Montreal Horse Carriage Moratorium Could Stick

Montreal Horse Carriage

Moratorium on Montreal horse carriage industry could be its end. Mayor Denis Coderre announced today a one-year ban on horse carriages in Montreal. He stated the time will be used to create new rules for the industry. This decision comes after video footage was released of a horse carriage collision …

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Animal Advocacy Camp Returns to Vancouver

Animal Advocacy Camp

Interview with Darren Chang, Animal Advocacy Camp organizer and animal activist/advocate. Date: MAY 21-22 Location: The WISE Hall (1882 Adanac St, Vancouver, BC) AAC missed 2015, why do you think it is important that it is back again this year? Conferences are important and useful ways for like-minded people to converge …

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Activists Armed With Facts Defy Vancouver Aquarium.

Empty the Tanks 2016

On May 7th, activists from over 20 countries and 60 cities around the world demonstrated against the captivity and exploitation of marine animals. In Vancouver, activists came out to oppose the Vancouver Aquarium’s long history of animal exploitation and captivity for entertainment, under the guise of research and education. Learn …

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