The COVID-19 pandemic could soon force the attraction to declare bankruptcy.
The sweet pups make a "great pair," according to aquarium staff.
It would finally ban the breeding, display and trade of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
She was almost named Octavia.
Bill S-203 is a strong piece of legislation that has the power to end the outdated practice of using cetaceans for entertainment and profit.
They're both going to be OK.
She's now on antibiotics for "seal finger."
If the Vancouver Aquarium is willing to leave marine mammals to die on beaches only because they are no longer allowed to put them on display and taught tricks in Stanley Park, one has to wonder about the real motivations of their leadership.
As Bill S-203 winds its way through the Senate, let's show this cruel industry that using cetaceans for entertainment and profit is an abhorrent practice that Canadians no longer support. If passed, this bill would ban the import, export, display and captive breeding of cetaceans -- protections that these animals desperately need.