In this episode Alison gives a review of the raw eatery Gorilla Food, Joanne shares tips about keeping your companion animals cool in the summer and we interview Helen Savkovic from the Richmond Animal Protection Society about a ban on rabbit sales in Richmond. We speak with Laura Leah Shaw about the campaign to stop UVic from killing campus rabbits.
In this episode, Joanne explains why there is no such thing as a “responsible breeder”. Then we speak to animal activist Glenn Gaetz, Director of the local organization Liberation BC, about Creative Online Activism. For our feature interview, we delve into the issue of the pending proposal of the International Whaling Commission to end the 24-year moratorium on commercial whaling. We speak with Kitty Block, Vice-President of the Humane Society International, live from the location of the IWC meeting meeting in Agadir, Morocco where the whales’ fate will be decided.
In this episode, Alison spoke about the pending vote to lift the international whaling moratorium. Joanne spoke about “humane” meat, milk and eggs. We interviewed Erica Meier from Compassion Over Killing about the Cal-Cruz Hatcheries investigation and Leanne Cronquist from Farm Sanctuary about the ducklings seized from the investigation.
In this episode, Alison chats a bit about her trip to the States last week and visiting the vegan restaurant in Bellingham, WA called Bloom. June is Dairy Alternative Month and we talk about some milk and cheese alternatives to dairy for those who are thinking of making a transition to go dairy-free. We also present some of Dr. Will Tuttle’s written commentary on the Conklin Dairy Farm investigation, entitled “Memorial Day for the Animals”, which can be read here. “Dairy: 6 Reasons You Should Avoid it At All Costs”, by Dr. Mark Hyman follows, and then a feature interview with Nathan Runkle of Mercy for Animals on the undercover cruelty investigation at an Ohio Dairy Farm which was released to the public last week.
In this episode, we interviewed celebrity chef, Tal Ronnen, author of The Conscious Cook and your chance to win this amazing cookbook! We also interviewed Dr. Fedowsian of PCRM to speak about the Great Ape Protection Act.
Joanne presents an insightful piece on the rodeo; Alison shares a heart-warming story of a recent dog rescue; and Alison does a feature interview with Ethan Smith, author of the book “Building An Ark: 101 Solutions to Animal Suffering”, in which we talk about different specific solutions to act for the animals. Plus, a chance to win a copy of the book!
In this episode, Alison gives a review of Organic Lives, Vancouver’s newest raw vegan restaurant and Joanne interviews Chef Merida of Vegan Secret Supper and Nathan Winograd, pioneer of the no-kill revolution.
In this episode we discuss what you can do to help the animals affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and Proctor & Gamble’s animal testing for their products, as well as put out a call for guest co-hosts for the show. Then, an interview with Josh Hooten of the Let Live Foundation about the upcoming Let Live Animal Rights Conference in Portland, Oregon in June. And for our feature interview, we speak with Claudia Li of the organization Shark Truth, to talk about their campaigns for educating the public to stop shark fin soup.
In this episode, Alison talks about IDA’s Guardian Campaign and Joanne interviews Twyla Francois of the Canadian Horse Defense Coalition and Josh Harper of SHAC 7
In this episode, I give a review of Vancouver’s newest vegan restaurant, The Loving Hut; Joanne talks about the Mother’s Day Cow Ribbon campaign; I present Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating in Seattle; and a 2nd interview with Dr. Will Tuttle of The World Peace Diet, who answers scrutinizing questions on if fish feel pain, Christianity’s views on the treatment of animals, why cow’s milk is toxic to humans, and more.