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animal rights

The American fast-food chain has repeatedly opposed LGBTQ rights.
It would finally ban the breeding, display and trade of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
As one of world's leading exporters of live animals, the country is also one of the largest contributors to animal suffering.
Outdated policies continue to permit the brutal killing of one of the most intelligent, sentient and family oriented non-human animals that walk the planet.
The practice of pound seizure for research is not only glaringly out of step with public opinion, it is out of step with modern science.
We documented every room, every injury — the dismembered piglet tails all over the floor, the castration wounds, the dumpsters of dead animals.
The Canadian government is consulting Canadians on three food law or policy changes that would impact animals.
It's 2017, and where are we? Animal testing and cruelty cannot be defended on any rational, well-thought-out grounds (not that it ever could have been), but it's still routinely done even in supposedly advanced countries.
I've been documenting our use, abuse and sharing of spaces with non-human animals for nearly two decades. Since 2005, I've attended many rodeos across Canada, and what I've documented time and time again is that while rodeos might be a fun day out for us, they are no fun for all the other participants: the animals.