The Manitoba government is consulting the public on potential “ag gag” (agricultural gag) laws in Manitoba, and now is the time to have your say to block these dangerous proposals. The public consultation asks for input on four legislative initiatives to combat rural crime. While some of the proposals seem fairly benign—stopping metal theft and… Read more » Animal Justice
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Earlier this year, Ontario passed a dangerous new law that will cover up animal cruelty by outlawing undercover investigations at farms and slaughterhouses. Bill 156, Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act was passed by the legislature in June, but most of the new law is not yet in effect. That’s because the government… Read more » Animal Justice
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TORONTO – Just days after Animal Justice released graphic hidden-camera footage of violent animal abuse on an Ontario pig farm, the provincial government is bringing laws into effect that make it illegal to go undercover at farms and slaughterhouses. The government announced today the proclamation of the Security from Trespass and Protecting Food Security Act, bringing the law into... Read more » Animal Justice
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Hidden-Camera Investigation at Ontario Farm Reveals Pigs Violently Beaten by Workers, and Caged in Filthy, Tiny Crates
New Ontario “Ag Gag” Law Will Soon Make Undercover Investigations Illegal at Farms and Slaughterhouses TORONTO – Shocking hidden-camera video of animal abuse secretly recorded at an Ontario pig farm is being released by Animal Justice, a national animal law advocacy organization. The disturbing undercover video, narrated by singer Jann Arden, is likely to be... Read more » Animal Justice
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