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Rebeka Breder, animal lawyer, on Bill 24, Pet Cremation Fraud, and Invermere Deer Cull

Our feature interview is with lawyer Rebeka Breder, who specializes in animal law. Rebeka has been passionate about advancing the welfare of non-human animals since the age of 13, and since then, has volunteered and worked for various animal welfare and non-profit organizations. Today, Rebeka is a litigation lawyer at Boughton Law Corporation in Vancouver and has also developed a practice in Animal Law. Rebeka recently created the first Canadian Bar Association Animal Law section, and is actively involved as a voice and activist for the animals. She speaks with us about several British Columbia issues, including the impending Bill 24 that seeks to move responsibility for hearing the appeals

Pet crematoriums returning wrong remains

Some privately owned pet cremation businesses in B.C. are taking advantage of their grieving customers in the name of profit by charging for individual cremations, but returning generic animal ashes instead. Six crematoriums on Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver failed a recent undercover test of their procedures. In each case, the facility returned the wrong remains. The investigation was paid for the Pet Cremation Alliance, a group of animal lovers and pet industry experts who suspected unethical behaviour on the part of some companies who they say were severely undercutting the competition in B.C. The tests were conducted by several retired RCMP members, including Ivan Chu of Lions Gate

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