Since 2015, nearly half a million animals have lost their lives in barn fires in Quebec. Statistics from the Quebec Ministry of Public Safety indicate…
There’s a hidden slaughter taking place just outside Moose Mountain Provincial Park in Saskatchewan. Using war terminology to describe its actions, an “eradication” team has set its sights on killing every single member of a group of animals it has deemed pests. The animals in question are wild pigs.
Federal Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau announced Wednesday that Canadian cattle and dairy producers will be given a “two-year transition period” before enforcement will begin for the amended Humane Transportation of Animals regulations. The minister also hinted that the regulations meant to protect cattle may be weakened in the process as “more data on effective solutions concerning the transport of cattle” are gathered (specifically, from research conducted by the Beef Cattle Research Council).