Monthly Archives: October 2010

Twyla Francois, Canadian horse slaughter & Halloween safety tips

Twyla Francois, Canadian horse slaughter & Halloween safety tips

In this episode we will be replaying an interview with Twyla Francois regarding Canadian horse slaughter. We are asking our Canadian listeners to contact your MP (find out who your MP is by going here) in support of the private members bill C544. If passed, this bill will ban the import of horses for slaughter…

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Twyla Francois, Canadian horse slaughter & Halloween safety tips

Twyla Francois, Canadian horse slaughter & Halloween safety tips

In this episode we will be replaying an interview with Twyla Francois regarding Canadian horse slaughter. Also, Alison will be providing some tips to help keep your companion animals safe on Halloween.

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John Robbins and Earthsave Canada's Taste of Health

John Robbins and Earthsave Canada's Taste of Health

We speak with Tereza Tomek about this weekend's annual Taste of Health vegetarian food festival in Vancouver, as well as the Earthsave Canada Gala, featuring keynote speaker John Robbins. Plus, a feature interview with John Robbins himself, best-selling author and founder of EarthSave.

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Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating Animals & Ali Hafiz, I Quit Eating Meat

Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating Animals & Ali Hafiz, I Quit Eating Meat

Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Eating Animals The award winning author Jonathan Safran Foer will be joining us this Friday to talk about his best selling non-fiction book, Eating Animals.  An acclaimed fiction writer, Safran Foer decided to venture into the world of non-fiction writing shortly after his son was born.  The birth of his…

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The Thanksgiving episode!

The Thanksgiving episode!

Carissa talks about the City of Richmond's new resolution to ban the sale of dogs at all pet stores in the city. Then we present Celebrating a Compassionate Thanksgiving, and a feature interview with Tricia Barry of Farm Sanctuary on the lives of Thanksgiving turkeys, and their Adopt-a-Turkey Project.

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