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.
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.
In this episode, Alison interviewed Dr. Faisal Moola of the David Suzuki Foundation about the annual BC Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunt, in which you’ll get to learn many details about the hunt that you probably didn’t know before. We also interview Michael Weber, Campaign Co-ordinator of FARM (Farm Animal Rights Movement) about FARM’s upcoming Vegan Earth Day event and other yearly campaigns.
In this episode, Christa provides tips on replacing eggs in cooking. Joanne interviews Kathleen Terrio an English teacher at University of Victoria fighting to save 1,000 campus bunnies from being culled by her employer and Dr. Dana Medoro a professor at the University of Manitoba campaigning to ban sow stalls.