- Mar 1, 2021
Investigation Of Canada's Controversial Horse Slaughter Industry.
CALGARY -- Canada - and in particular Alberta - is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of horses for meat. More than 25,000 are...
- Feb 21, 2021
No implied warranty for 'used goods' kitty in case that highlights pets as property
Lawyer says courts have come a long way from 2005 case in which ailing dog was compared to a stereo. In this stock image, a Siberian cat...
- Nov 21, 2020
Opinion: We need to stop shipping Canadian horses overseas for sushi
Horse sushi. Two words you likely did not associate together, yet that is exactly what is happening. Every year, thousands of live horses...
- Jul 27, 2020
PACIFIC WILD TAKES BC GOVERNMENT TO COURT OVER WOLF CULL PROGRAM
“We say that the provincial wolf cull is illegal basically for two reasons. One is that it violates the Wildlife Act. Under the Wildlife Act
- Jul 7, 2020
Ban on dog breeds like pit bulls are ‘ineffective’ says animal rights lawyer
Listen to the interview here. Victor Kaisar Jul 7, 2020 2:25 PM A lawyer who specializes in animal rights says breed bans on certain...
- Jun 23, 2020
Dog owners sue RCMP officer for acting as judge, jury and executioner in slain goat case
Lawyer hopes case will lead RCMP to develop policies for dealing with dogs on private property.
- Apr 2, 2020
Who Gets the Dog or Cat Upon Break-Up?
When a couple adopts a dog or cat together, they do not think about what would happen to their beloved companion if they split up....
- Mar 2, 2020
How Should We Handle Aggressive Dogs in the City
This is the great #AggressiveDog debate. In studio we have #AnimalLawyer Rebeka Breder, as well as #Vancouver Councillor Pete Fry, who is...
- Jan 10, 2020
Blue Sky Radio CHDC Appeals Lawsuit
Special thanks to Yenny of Blue Sky Radio for interviewing Rebeka Breder about the ground breaking lawsuit against the Canadian...
- Dec 19, 2019
Contact voltage from old infrastructure, wet weather can give dogs a shock, utility warns
Nicole Thompson The Canadian Press NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Nanami Ushiroji was walking her dog one chilly day in North Vancouver when...