Category: Podcasts

A Movement for the Animals, for the Planet, for You: Nation Rising

Nation Rising: A Movement for the Animals, the Planet and You

Carrie Shogan, Living the Sanctuary Life at Little Oink Pig Bank Sanctuary, and Rich The Vegan’s Canada 2019 Tour for the Animals

Carrie Shogan, Co-Founder of Little Oink Bank in Aldergrove, BC, Canada, with Mini (Minerva) the pig

A feature interview with animal rescuer Carrie Shogan, co-founder of The Little Oink Bank Pig Sanctuary, plus an interview with Rich the Vegan on his cross-Canada tour for the animals. Also, “The Game Changers” film is finally coming to theatres!

Activists Working to Challenge Speciesism: Plant-Based Cooking Classes, The Calgary Stampede and Protesting a Bacon Restaurant

Interviews with three Canadian activists dedicating their lives to the fight for animal liberation.

Nation Rising – A Report on Their Second Annual Rally. Also the Captivating Truth About Frogs with Matt Ellerbeck

Featuring interviews with frog advocate Matt Ellerbeck and Nation Rising co-founder Darlene Levecque.

Indigenous Peoples Day: Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that’s respectful toward Indigenous people.

Celebrating Vegan Dads for Father’s Day, plus Bill S-203 to Ban All Cetaceans in Captivity in Canada Has Passed this Week

Celebrating vegan dads raising their children vegan, for Father’s Day. And, Bill S-203 has finally passed, creating a federal ban of keeping dolphins and whales in captivity in Canada!

Help Prevent Potential Animal Testing at St. Paul’s Hospital, and Canada’s Shame: Live Horse Exports

Two Vancouver activists using their law degrees to fight for animals.

Travelling in Italy as a Vegan, and Isa Leshko on Photography as a Powerful Tool for Animal Advocacy

Featuring an interview with artist and writer Isa Leshko on the power of photography in animal activism. Plus, host Elyse shares her experiences travelling in Italy as a vegan.

Vancouver Aquarium Suing the City and Park Board, An Innovative Approach to Teaching How Our Eating Habits Affect The World We Live In, and Brigitte Gemme of Vegan Family Kitchen

A feature interview with Brigitte Gemme on cooking plant-based meals for the family from scratch, plus an interview with Capilano University instructor Nicholas Jennings on his new upcoming course “Veganism & Sustainability”, and an update with local activist David Isbister on Van Aqua suing the City of Vancouver.

Vancouver Aquarium Management Meeting with Activists, Humane Dog Training and Local Vegan Entrepreneurship

A show for the dogs and highlighting local female vegan entrepreneurs!