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Rebeka will reflect on her lifelong journey on becoming an animal law lawyer. TEDxSFU
- Jul 19, 2022
Animal-loving singer draws Stanley Park draft horses back into the limelight
Animal activists say using horses to draw carriages is cruel, but Stanley Park carriage operator says he uses horses bred for hauling and ta
- Jul 18, 2022
Group loses court battle to end aerial shooting in BC's "war on wolves"
Legal counsel for Pacific Wild, Rebeka Breder, tells Daily Hive in an interview that while the case was before the court, after the judicial
- Mar 21, 2022
Defender Radio and The SwitchHumane Canada's Summit for Animals
Defender Radio speaking with attorney Rebeka Breder about the Stanley Park coyotes.
- Sep 9, 2021
On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko
Rebeka Breder, a Vancouver animal law lawyer, believes the Vancouver Park Board failed to prevent 45 people from being injured by coyotes
- Sep 8, 2021
'Modified' leghold traps being used to cull coyotes in Stanley Park
Rebeka Breder, an animal rights lawyer, said Wednesday she believes the traps will cause “excruciating pain” &“enormous amount of suffering"
- Sep 5, 2021
Stanley Park coyote cull is result of human mismanagement: lawyer
B.C.’s Ministry of Forests plans to trap and kill up to 35 coyotes...
- Aug 27, 2021
B.C. government facing backlash over decision to euthanize up to 35 Stanley Park coyotes
Breder says both local & provincial officials failed to handle the issue in a timely and appropriate manner, which may cost them finacially
- Aug 18, 2021
Lawyer 'very surprised' no one has sued over coyote attacks in Stanley Park
Animal Rights Lawyer Rebeka Breder urging Vancouver Park Board and the City of Vancouver to change their strategy in dealing with coyotes
- Aug 5, 2021
Rebeka Breder and Lesley Fox: Coyotes in Stanley Park are a human problem, not an animal problem
Two animal lovers say more research is needed to figure out what's causing a sharp increase in contacts between these wild animals and...
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