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BC SPCA amps up efforts to assist animals affected by the province’s wildfires

August 13, 2018

The BC SPCA is on high alert, bracing for the need to assist animals impacted by the province’s raging wildfires. This past Friday, an evacuation order was issued for areas that included the BC SPCA’s Quesnel Branch. We’ve also taken the precautionary measure of evacuating animals from our Williams Lake Branch. Staff and volunteers worked quickly …

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Cuddles and charity rule the day as B.C. celebrities get Locked up for Love

June 21, 2018

Noteworthy names right across the province are looking to find a way out of their kennels once again at the BC SPCA’s annual Lock-In for Love event. The campaign, which a number of branches are participating in this month, involves a celebrity teaming up with an animal residing at one of our shelters to not …

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BC SPCA pocket guide to humane food labels

June 4, 2018

Ever wondered about the difference between free range and free run eggs, or whether certified organic means anything for how well the animals were treated? What about labels like grass-fed and pasture-raised for meats and dairy? Food labels often raise more questions than they answer. Find out which food labels to look for and those …

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Three ways to be an animal ambassador at farmers’ markets

May 31, 2018

The weather across the province has been heating up, and farmer’s markets are in full swing! Whether you’re a steady market shopper or have never taken a trip to your local market before, our three quick tips will help you aid farm animals in your community. 1) Look beyond the veggies Although the term “farmers’ …

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BC SPCA breaks ground for new Community Animal Centre in Kamloops

May 18, 2018

The BC SPCA has begun construction of a new state-of-the-art Community Animal Centre in Kamloops to care for the region’s most vulnerable animals.  A ground-breaking ceremony was held on Friday, May 18 for the new facility, which is being built on a 2.2-acre property across from the Kamloops Airport at 2815 Tranquille Road. The $6.5 …

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