The Issue with Bill 66 The Ontario Government introduced Bill 66 – Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act – on December 6, 2018 to help accelerate business development. Bill 66 proposes over 30 amendments to Ontario’s current Planning Act, which would allow municipalities to pass an “open-for-business planning by-law” to expedite development approvals. There are many issues with Bill 66 … Continue reading Stop Bill 66 in Ontario to preserve our environment, wildlife, habitats and water quality
Here are some of our favorite places and they are places you definitely want to check out even if you are not vegan or vegetarian! Vegan Danish Bakery / Copenhagen Vegan Café & Bakery Vegan Danish Bakery in Thornhill and their sister location, Copenhagen Vegan Café and Bakery in downtown Toronto have beautifully decorated storefronts … Continue reading More Delicious Vegan Eats in and Around Toronto!
2018 has been a remarkable year for animals and animal lovers. This year we saw companies ending animal tests; protecting lobsters; banning fur, mohair, angora, and exotic skins; implementing strict laws for pet animals; and banning use of wild animals in circuses. Our ultimate goal is to see the end of all animal exploitation and … Continue reading Animal Victories in 2018
There is no doubt the vegan movement is going strong with more and more people adopting a vegan, plant-based diet. Reports show that, ten percent of Canadians are now vegan/vegetarian! A vegan diet is not only beneficial for the health as demonstrated by many athletes who are adopting a plant-based diet, but it’s also the most ethically … Continue reading Having Compassion for All Animals
We will be at Pet Valu on Sunday Sept. 30th from 1-3pm at 2578 Yonge Street (Yonge and Eglinton). We’ll be educating about Animals Asia’s work on ending bear bile farming, ending the cat and dog meat trade and animals in captivity. Come take our quiz and get a free raffle for a prize draw!
In certain parts of the world, man’s best friend can actually end up on the plates of a starving family or even a group of people having a party. In China alone, about 20 million dogs are butchered and served as various delicacies every year. Another 10 million or so are slaughtered across Asia. And … Continue reading The Ugly Truth Behind the Dog Meat Trade