Monthly Archives: August 2010

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Month-long online humane education course

I received an email about this humane education course recently. It looks like it would be a great course for anyone who does any sort of animal rights outreach. If 4 or more people register together there is a significant cost savings. If anyone is interested please let me know and I can help coordinate

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Liberation BC at Justice Rocks 2010

Liberation BC volunteers were out at Justice Rocks this past Sunday with information about dairy, veganism, and compassion for animals. Justice Rocks is a festival of music and activism organized by Pivot Legal Society with help from several other nonprofits. We had a tent with information, including our new Save the Cows game. The game

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Animal Rights Day 2010

Yesterday, the Vancouver Humane Society hosted our city’s 28th annual Animal Rights Day with a free event at the art gallery.  We were there, as well as the Vancouver Rabbit Rescue Association, Hearts on Noses, and SAINTS. It was fun to talk to other local animal advocacy groups and to catch up with old friends–and

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Volunteer night: making it easy to get involved

Last night we had our second ever volunteer night. It was a lot of fun. About a dozen people came to help with stuffing envelopes, stickering and stamping leaflets, making cow ribbons, writing letters, and a few other miscellaneous jobs. Volunteer nights are a great opportunity to come out and get involved in a very

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Thinking about sabotage

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I’m on my way back to Vancouver from Texas, waiting for my flight to board. Reading through my rss reader I saw a new post from Seth Godin that caught my eye. This post is titled “Sabotage!” but has nothing to do with the Beastie Boys song. What it is about is how we often