CANADIANS ONLY PLEASESIGN THE LIVE HORSE EXPORT IS HORSESHIT PETITION Dana Gee, reporting for the Vancouver Sun, writes: If you have been following singer/actor/author Jann Arden on social media, you’ve probably seen a picture of her wearing a #HORSESHIT T-shirt. That sartorial statement could, of course, apply to any number of things — especially during these COVID times. But, in this… Continue reading Canadian entertainer joins CHDC to end flights of live horses to Japan to be killed for their meat
THE CANADIAN HORSE DEFENCE COALITION reports: On May 10, 2020 another 114 horses were shipped by air from Canada to Japan for slaughter for human consumption. Through Access to Information (ATI), the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition (CHDC) has recently received Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) reports as well as correspondence regarding this flight and the… Continue reading Slaughterbound horse dies on Korean Air flight from Winnipeg to Japan
MACLEANS CANADA reports: The Canadian Horse Defence Coalition is waging a court battle to end Canada’s role as an exporter of live horses and frozen horsemeat for human consumption By Adrienne Tanner | March 30, 2020 Shannon Mann sat in the woods, well supplied with food, toilet paper and her video camera, waiting for the trucks… Continue reading Canada is a go-to source of horsemeat. These activists are trying to change that.
The Canadian Horse Defence Coalition calls on Canadians to sign its Member of Parliament sponsored e-Petition calling for a halt to air shipments of horses exported for human consumption due to the ongoing violation of Canadian and IATA regulations. SIGN E-PETITION After signing please be sure to check your email as you have to click… Continue reading Canadian Member of Parliament sponsored e-Petition re air shipment of horses for slaughter
CANADIAN HORSE DEFENCE COALITION PRESS RELEASE ORANGEVILLE, ON, June 25, 2015 /CNW/ - The Canadian Horse Defence Coalition (CHDC) has discovered gruelling evidence of multiple horse deaths connected to air transport to Japan, and attempts by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to cover up the truth. Access to Information (ATI) documents reveal that three… Continue reading Ongoing Violations and CFIA Whitewash Confirmed on Air Transport of Horses for Slaughter
WRITTEN BY ROB BUFFAM Cross-posted from Global News "WESTWOLD, CANADA -- A canoe resident is organizing [a] protest of horse slaughter at a newly opened plant in Westwold — KML Meat Processors Ltd. "An employee of KML Processors tells Global that they have slaughtered between 70 and 80 horses since they opened the plant on… Continue reading Okanagan horse slaughter plant open for business
CANADIAN HORSE DEFENCE COALITION PRESS RELEASE Port Coquitlam, B.C. (Nov. 7, 2012) -- "Stop Slaughtering Us" is the slogan on a billboard that has appeared in both Ottawa and Calgary earlier this year. Now the billboard's message is attracting the attention of motorists and passersby in Port Coquitlam, B.C., on busy Lougheed Highway. The Canadian… Continue reading Stop Slaughtering Us billboard for horses hits B.C.
Cross-posted from the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition The CHDC provides evidence of disturbing parallels between the XL Foods contaminated beef recall and conditions inside Canada’s horse slaughter plants. Read the full report at the link below. Warning – graphic images. http://canadianhorsedefencecoalition.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/sg-chdcbehindcloseddoorsoct22wlinks.pdf
CANADIAN HORSE DEFENCE COALITION NEWS RELEASE CFIA Fails Again at Enforcing Regulations for Live Horse Exports to Japan CALGARY AB CANADA (Oct. 18, 2012) -- Footage taken of Alberta horses being shipped live to Japan for slaughter shows that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is violating their own standards set forth in the Health… Continue reading CFIA fails own standards regarding live horse exports
CANADIAN HORSE DEFENCE COALITION PRESS RELEASE Orangeville, Ontario (Aug. 22, 2012) -- On July 9, 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to an Ohio feedlot operator who sells horses for slaughter. The man was duly reprimanded for selling a drug-tainted thoroughbred horse to a Canadian slaughterhouse. Evidently, the Canadian Food… Continue reading Horse meat: A delicacy to die for?