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The company denies its advertising changes had anything to do with a year-long investigation in the U.S.
Canada Goose's rapid expansion is drawing some unwanted attention.
The saga of Nosey the Circus Elephant is back in the limelight, with dissident voices getting louder. Despite nearly 200 animal welfare violations, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has recently renewed Hugo Liebel's license, so the ailing animal can be exploited for human entertainment, decries People for Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA.
Marineland has launched lawsuits targeting myself, former orca trainer Christine Santos and animal care supervisor Jim Hammond. My latest round of legal bills totaled more than I will earn in this year -- $100,000. Our lawsuits are shining examples of the urgent need for the anti-SLAPP legislation that is Bill 52: Protection of Public Participation Act. It is unbearable to think that this historic piece of legislation -- as it is currently written -- will not apply to the very people who have largely inspired it. Why is the province turning its back on us and leaving us behind? Where is the procedural fairness for those of us who are already proceeding with unfair cases before the courts in Ontario?
“We don’t know how long these bears have left but they deserve to spend whatever time they have left being bears in a naturalistic setting.”
Alfred Hitchcock would be proud.
Since infamously saying "F---PETA" while accepting her Polaris Music Prize for best Canadian album "Animism" in September
A disturbing undercover video shows workers punching, kicking and in at least one case hammering sheep into submission before
Naked and floating in a tiny tank of water next to a "Welcome to SeaWorld" sign, Canadian TV star Laura Vandervoort ("Bitten
Quick, answer this question: What's the first food you think of when you think of bodybuilders? More than likely, your answer