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. The bill maintains pre-existing Indigenous rights and is supported by the Coastal First Nations. A majority of the senate committee voted in favour of the bill having a third reading in Senate.
Will you ask your local senators to support Bill S-203 in third reading?