Help cetaceans in captivity
Cetaceans suffer in confinement and should not be held captive for our entertainment. A draft law, Bill S-203, is currently making its way through the Canadian Senate to ensure the only cetaceans in captivity are those that are being rehabilitated or are currently unable to be released. Use our easy form to ask your local senators to support Bill S-203!
From finding an animal-friendly home to keeping pets and community animals healthy and happy, here are resources to help you take action for the well-being of B.C. cats, dogs and other pets.
Learn more about the issues that affect the lives of farm animals, and what you can do to improve their welfare.
Animals in entertainment and sport have special needs when it comes to care and attention. Learn about the issues that face working animals and how you can speak up on their behalf.
Whether living in nature or under captivity, wild animals deserve understanding, care and conservation efforts. Find out what you can do to further their cause.
(Photo credit: Dennis McLaren)
Help prevent wildlife conflicts. Access resources on how to peacefully co-exist with our urban wildlife neighbours.
Learn about our position on why exotic animals should never be kept as pets.
Learn about safer alternatives to using animals in research, teaching and testing.