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.
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!
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.
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.
Show for the Dolphins: Dr. Toni Frohoff on Top Ten Worst Tanks for Dolphins and Whales in North America, and Plans for a Seaside Sanctuary at the National Aquarium. Also, speciesism at a local "Animal Expo".
An interview with activist Patricia Welty on her Hike to End Elephant Poaching, plus a feature interview with Leif Cocks on The Orangutan Project. Also, farm sanctuary stories, and a fundraiser for a children's vegan book!
We tend to hear a lot of talk about animal "welfare" and "humane education" - however much of mainstream animal education is industry-oriented and fails to include ethical or historical discourses. That's why this week's Animal Voices show asks some important questions about the topic of Animal Rights in post-secondary education: Is there a place…