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Three ways to keep your pet safe in a disaster

Apr 11, 2014
April showers bring May flowers, but for some Canadians, they also bring floods. It’s a good time of year to remind pet-owners what to do before disaster strikes.

Japan banned from whale hunting research

Mar 31, 2014
After a 4-year court case, Australia has achieved victory in its fight to ban Japan's controversial whaling program

Shake A Tail Feather!

Mar 21, 2014
WSPA Canada has partnered with the National Ballet School of Canada to participate in Sharing Dance, a national dance program for charity. Just as people train to walk, run, cycle or climb stairs to raise money, we will be shaking a tail feather to protect animals across the globe!

Animals in disasters: News from Mount Sinabung

Mar 14, 2014
Our team returns to review the progress of the animals they helped at the site of a volcanic eruption in Indonesia.

We're tickled pink with how you helped pigs

Mar 10, 2014
The new Pig Code will mean a significant improvement in the welfare of pigs

International Women's Day - A chat with WSPA Canada's Josey Kitson

Mar 7, 2014
Josey Kitson is the Executive Director of WSPA Canada. As the youngest ED at WSPA, we thought that sharing her experience as a woman in a leadership position would be an interesting way to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Nestlé and WSPA partner to improve the lives of animals

Mar 4, 2014
We are pleased to announce that we have signed a worldwide partnership with one of the world’s biggest food brands, Nestlé.

Recent poll shows most people in Cayman Islands do not eat turtle meat

Feb 21, 2014
A recent poll shows limited demand for turtle meat in the Cayman Islands.

Sochi dog cull: there are kinder options

Feb 5, 2014
At the World Society for the Protection of Animals we are opposed to the culling of dogs ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics

Reaction to Australia shark cull

Jan 30, 2014
This week, a shark cull began in Western Australia. As a result, many of you have let us know about your concern for the animals.

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