In this show, we play the compelling audio from the short film Creature Comforts which was made by Aardman Animations in 1989, Nick Park’s first Oscar-winning film. We discuss hopes for the new year in activism and veganism and the new film Vegan 2020 released by Plant Based News.
This show features an interview with Chelsey Hawkings, a co-owner of the local family business called Simply Delish Soup and Salad. We also talk about the BCSPCA’s spotlighting videos on animal companion adoptions, an open job position at the Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.), and the Vancouver Downtown Eastside’s 2021 calendar which has just become available for purchase
Featuring an interview with local activist Roy Sasano, who shares his thoughts in the aftermath of the first face-to-face conversation the Excelsior 4 activists had with a BCSPCA representative since the Meat the Victims event 18 months ago. We also discuss the new documentary from Shaun Monson about the killing of Regan Russell at Fearman’s pig slaughterhouse in Burlington, Ontario, and share facts about the numbat for World Numbat Day.