A feature interview with former BC Conservation Officer Bryce Casavant on the problems that are faced between humans and bears when they cross paths on their urban living spaces, and an interview with Toronto activist Jenny McQueen on the recent lock down of a slaughterhouse in Toronto.
World Animal Protection joins us to discuss what the disaster in Nepal means for animals there. We also discuss the idea that the earthquake is “karma” for the Gadhimai festival, and we connect May Day to the struggle for nonhuman justice.
We talk to Bill Marin about his film Street Dogs of South Central. We also speak with Karen Dawn, author and media maven.
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.