TORONTO—Dozens of Canadian law professors and constitutional and criminal law experts are sounding the alarm over Ontario’s Bill 156, Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2019. According to these leading experts on the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the government bill would infringe individuals’ rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly…. Read more » Animal Justice
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Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about the treatment of animals raised and slaughtered for food. More and more people are avoiding or reducing consumption of meat and other animal products, while those who choose to consume eggs, dairy, and meat are increasingly concerned about how animals were treated and the safety of the food they’re… Read more » Animal Justice
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Things are looking up for pit bulls in Ontario! A new private member’s bill, introduced last November, aims to repeal the long-standing ban on pit bulls and pit bull-type dogs in the province because the ban is ineffective, arbitrarily targets certain dogs, and has not improved community safety. Since 2005, it’s been against the law… Read more » Animal Justice
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Parvo! The mention of it stops the seasoned rescuer in their tracks. Earlier this week SCARS intake team saved 7 pups from the crushing cold, one of their siblings was dead and the other missing presumably also succumbed to the cold. With hope in our hearts and the belief that everything would be better
Jan 24/20....Meet Shady. ??Warning Disturbing Images Ahead?? We got a call about a dog who was injured from a northern Alberta community that we work within. He had run into some bad luck. He had a stick that impaled him. X-rays showed the stick to be two feet long about 3/4” in diameter. Because
Good Afternoon, SCARS. We adopted Peach in mid-November 2019. She is just about four months old. We decided within days of her arrival that she would become “Bailey”. For Bailey, the first few weeks were likely very interesting and challenging: Learning to climb stairs in her new four level split home Exploring the backyard,
Rescue can be rewarding and it can be disheartening, disheartening is the only word to describe our feelings about the rescue of Markus and Patrice. You see RCMP received a call and arrived just in time to save these two precious babies from the freezing temperatures they scooped them up and rushed them to
Hi SCARS, Here is an update on the bonded senior pair, Keira and Ryder. I'm so happy to have adopted them. They are both happy, healthy and loving life.
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