On this week’s show, Carissa is going to present some tips on bear safety. Joanne will be interviewing Gene Blalock, Editor of Skin Trade, just ahead of the Vancouver premiere. The Vancouver free screening of Skin Trade and the Witness is on Saturday Oct 2, 2pm at the Vancouver Public Library (Central Branch).
We interview Gene Baur, co-founder of Farm Sanctuary (and a chance to win a copy of his book!), plus Travel Tips & Recommendations for Compassionate Eating: Los Angeles.
Matt Ellerbeck, piranha conservationist Matt Ellerbeck is an Ontario based conservationist, animal advocate, and amateur ichthyologist who focuses his efforts on piranhas. Listen to this intriguing interview and find out about piranhas and their shy nature. While Hollywood would like…
In this episode, Carissa discusses the dangers and illegality of driving with dogs in the back of your pick up truck. Jack Norris on Vegan Nutrition Joanne Interviews Jack Norris, RD about living healthfully a vegan diet. Jack Norris is…
We interview Dr. Donald Forrester of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine about the health benefits of a vegan diet and their 21-Day Vegan Kickstart Program; plus Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating – Part 3: Portland; plus a segment on the upcoming Walk for Farm Animals.
In this episode Alison will review local restaurant the Wallflower. We will be interviewing Rita Mashinsky from Stop UBC Animal Research campaign. Our feature interview is with JB Mulcahy of Chimp Sanctuary Northwest.
A feature interview with Ric O’Barry of the film “The Cove”, Earth Island Institute and the Save Japan Dolphins coalition. Plus, an interview with Rae Vasedevan of Skinned! about her anti-fur campaign, and a discussion about the social issues of veganism.
Join us for a discussion about heart disease and the silliest, most bizarre animal rights comments. We’ll be speaking with activists (almost) live on the scene at the annual Animal Rights Day event. We’ll also be interviewing Nicole Forsyth, President and CEO of UAN about their My Dog is Cool campaign.
Joanne talks about a very successful Vegan Bake Sale fundraiser for the University of Victoria bunnies that was held this week, and the power of cupcakes and cookies as a form of animal activism by grassroots activists. Then we talk with Leanne McConnachie of the Vancouver Humane Society on Animal Rights Day in Vancouver, which will be celebrated on August 6th. Finally, a feature interview with Jonathan Balcombe, author of “Second Nature: The Inner Lives of Animals”.
In this episode, Alison discusses animal sentience as presented in the book “Animals as Persons: Essays on the Abolition of Animal Exploitation”, by Gary Francione. Joanne interviews Sandra Mohr from a new organiztion FreeAnimalVideos.org and Robert Light discusses the dirty politics behind the Vancouver Aquarium and the Park Board.