The TJX-owned Canadian department store chain Winners has just banned fur, scoring a major win for animals in the fur industry.
Happy Canadian “ThanksVegan”! PETA has put together everything you need to make your holiday dinner friendly to all.
On the opening day of the Toronto International Film Festival, attendees came face to face with PETA’s anti–Canada Goose message.
Excelsior Hog Farm apparently had zero qualms about keeping dead, rotting pigs in cages next to slowly dying live ones—that is, until its operation was exposed.
While it’s no shocker that a country with vegetation on its flag would support living vegan, it’s nice to see Canada investing in a meat-free future.
There’s no way for Toronto International Film Festival to continue accepting Canada Goose’s blood money and still be ethical.
Do bone fractures, lacerations, and hemorrhaging sound “ethical” to you?
After nearly 15 years, Morrissey is back on tour in Canada—and PETA is joining him on the road to remind fans that #CanadaGooseKills.
A world champion and proud vegan, figure skater Meagan Duhamel is asking the Canadian government to keep Olympic uniforms fur-free.
The meat and dairy industries understandably feared Canada’s new food guide: Dishonest claims that they’ve pushed for decades are crumbling.
Don’t be fooled by Canada Goose’s attempt to “humane wash” its image. Real fur is always obtained cruelly, and no one needs it but those who were born with it.
PETA plasters Toronto with warning posters about Canada “Douches” on the loose.
Hunting is killing for fun, plain and simple.
PETA has been working with companies for years to get glue traps off store shelves. A new viral image is helping persuade people never to use them.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind