An Ontario court has dismissed a case brought by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) challenging the removal of its anti-Canada Goose ads from Toronto transit shelters. The Divisional Court ruled that it did not have jurisdiction to deal with the judicial review case, as the challenge was largely about a private contractual… Read more » Animal Justice
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Animal Justice Going to Court in Lawsuit Challenging Removal of Anti-Canada Goose Ads on TTC Shelters
Animal Justice has been granted intervener status in a case challenging the removal of anti-Canada Goose ads from Toronto transit shelters. The case could have broad implications for animals, and will decide whether animal advocates have the right to advertise on city property, or whether municipalities can discriminate against groups and individuals that speak up… Read more » Animal Justice
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on Feb. 25th, we brought into care eight new faces. One was injured and had to be rushed to veterinary care, but the others are settling nicely into their foster homes and learning their new routines. Over the course of the next 2-3 weeks, we will learn a lot about them - their quirks and
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Hello SCARS, Both of these dogs are foster fails. On the left is Lucy, now nine, found at a northern dump with four pups in the summer of 2012. She was a very young mom and treated them a bit like squeaky toys. She even busted everyone out of the enclosure and nearly drowned two
Raz came into care on February 25th after being hit by a vehicle. He was in rough shape and was vomiting blood. After arriving at Pulse Vet, it was found that Raz has a pulmonary contusion, bruising of the lungs and 4 fractured ribs. The vet team will monitor him closely. On March 1, Raz’s
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