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.
In this episode, Joanne makes an urgent plea for land and monetary donation for the Uvic rabbit rescue. Activists are given until the end of the month to remove, spay, neuter and home 1,600 or the cull begins. Donations are…
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, 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, 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 Alison gives a review of Veg Fest Seattle and Joanne interviews Jasmin Singer of Our Hen House and Rae Sikora of Veg Fund.