Humanity for Horses Rescue farm in Duncan, Vancouver Island, holds horses that have avoided slaughter (Photograph by Jen Osborne) Shannon Mann sat in the woods, well supplied with food, toilet paper and her video camera, waiting for the trucks to pick up horses bound for slaughterhouses in Asia, where their meat is considered a delicacy. She had combed the Alberta countryside using Google Earth to locate the horse feedlot, two hours south of Calgary. From her hiding spot, Man
Over the last several days, I’ve heard concerning comments about how to handle people’s companion animals during the Covid-19 crisis, especially now that a state of emergency has been declared in British Columbia, Vancouver and other cities. Conflicting messages have been given and received. Some people were told that they are not allowed walking their dogs if they are in quarantine/self-isolation; others have been told they should be out walking their dogs. Others have been
This is the great #AggressiveDog debate.
In studio we have #AnimalLawyer Rebeka Breder, as well as #Vancouver Councillor Pete Fry, who is forwarding a motion to change the way they're currently handled.
We also have Animal behaviourist Dr. Rebecca Ledger