While new legislation will help protect a relatively small number of animals from sexual abuse, it provides no protection for animals living miserable lives trapped inside factory farms.
There's an odd disconnect between the way we embrace our pets as family while allowing animals that are similarly sweet and endearing to live miserable lives on factory farms.
Ashley Sabin and David Redmon talk about the wisdom of donkeys, animals as sentient beings, and why we all might need a break from humans sometimes.
I assume that Palmer posted pictures of his hunting exploits in Zimbabwe online expecting a virtual high-five for his hunting prowess. This he didn’t get.
Across China, for roughly $1.50 US, you can buy a keychain that contains a small plastic bag with an even smaller animal inside.
Listen in to this week's interview with Peter Singer about his new book "All The Good You Can Do" and see what he has to say about giving, philanthropy and utilitarian ethics.
On Friday, Sea Shepherd Ontario West hosted a demonstration outside the Japanese consulate, calling for an end to the brutal capture and slaughter of cetaceans in Taiji’s infamous cove.
An interview with Dylan Powell of Marineland Animal Defense on the recent announcement by Ontario's government to change rules governing the captive marine mammal industry in the province.
The Ghosts in Our Machine was nominated for four Canadian Screen Awards during a press conference held on January 13 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox cultural centre in Toronto.
Highlights from the Blogs this week