Walkin’ and talkin’ for animals

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Walkin’ and talkin’ for animals

Today was simply packed with activity. First, we had the Walk for Farm Animals. About 50 people were pre-registered and many more showed up for the walk and registered on the spot. All told, we had over 70 people walking (someone said they counted 80 people)! The biggest walk we’ve organized so far! We don’t

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Countdown to the Walk for Farm Animals

Only one week to go until the Vancouver Walk for Farm Animals! This year we have an exciting time planned. The walk will be starting near Broadway & Granville and the route takes us along Broadway & 4th. The past couple of years many people were concerned that walking near Second Beach in Stanley Park

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Local Organizations: Vancouver Humane Society

ChickenOUT! A VHS campaign The Vancouver Humane Society (VHS) is another Vancouver-based organizations working to help animals. Unlike other “humane societies”, VHS was modelled on the Humane Society of the United States, and most of their works is advocating for animals. They do fund some animal rescue and emergency care, but they help animals by

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Kevin and Karl – Turkeys at RestQ Sanctuary

Rest.Q Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and not just because it’s nestled in the trees on Mayne Island. No, the residents of this small sanctuary make it one of the nicest places to visit. These residents include tropical birds, a herd of Alpacas, ducks, chickens, rabbits, chinchillas, pigs, and more.

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year! Looking back over the past year, I’m amazed at what we’ve been able to accomplish. Here are some of the highlights: As you may know, LBC launched our foie gras campaign last spring.  The campaign has generated so much media interest that we’ve been covered nearly thirty times by media outlets ranging from the