Monthly Archives: September 2016

Healing, Love and Second Chances for Humans and Animals at The Gentle Barn

Overcoming adversity, following your dreams, and healing with animals at The Gentle Barn sanctuary for rescued animals.

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Vegan Stories, Thanksgiving Activism, and more!

Sinéad and Shawna share their Vegan Stories, a review of the film "Vegan: Everyday Stories", plus Social Change Makers' upcoming Thanksgiving outreach, and Caroline's business card outreach.

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The Elephant Show: Patricia Sims, filmmaker of “When Elephants Were Young”, and Fran Duthie of Elephanatics

September 22nd is National Elephant Appreciation Day! We present a feature interview with filmmaker Patricia Sims on the plight of the Asian elephants, and an interview with founder of the local elephant advocacy organization Elephanatics. Plus, a review of the March to Close All Slaughterhouses last week, and Virtuous Pie!

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The Cruelty of Captivity: A Whistleblower Tells All

The Cruelty of Captivity: A Whistleblower Tells All

Former Marineand Trainer Turned Whistler Blower, Phil Demers, and Vancouver's Dr. Jeff Matthews, both Featured in The Documentary, Vancouver Aquarium Uncovered, Discuss Cruel Captivity.

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Anita Krajnc’s Pig Trial and the Growing “Save Movement” for Farm Animals

Anita Krajnc’s Pig Trial and the Growing “Save Movement” for Farm Animals

A feature interview with Anita Kranjc, founder of Toronto Pig Save, on being charged with "mischief" for feeding water to thirsty pigs. Plus, the annual Pacific National Exhibition is back, with its annual (and traditional) animal exploitation.

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