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Paw & Order: Canada's Animal Law Podcast by Animal Justice

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Paw & Order: Canada's Animal Law Podcast by Animal Justice

Paw & Order: Canada's Animal Law Podcast by Animal Justice

Animal Justice

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Canadian animal law, simplified. Hosts Camille Labchuk, Peter Sankoff, and Jessica Scott-Reid discuss current issues in animal law, and the future of legal animal protection. Paw & Order is Canada's only animal law podcast.

Latest Episodes

Jane Goodall Act Will Outlaw Captivity of Great Apes & Elephants

In Episode 68 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff discuss an exciting new Senate bill called the Jane Goodall Act, that would outlaw the captivity of great apes and elephants, shut down the ivory trade, and give some animals legal representation in court. This groundbreaking legislation was recently introduced by the legendary Senator Murray Sinclair, who has proven to be both a hero for humans and animals alike.

107 min4 d ago
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Jane Goodall Act Will Outlaw Captivity of Great Apes & Elephants

Lesley Fox on Minks, COVID-19, & the End of Fur

Episode 67 of Paw & Order features an in-depth interview with Lesley Fox, executive director of The Fur-Bearers, who is one of Canada's most knowledgeable and dedicated anti-fur voices. Lesley and Camille discuss troubling COVID-19 mutations found in mink farms, companies dropping fur, cities banning fur sales, and why the writing is on the wall for the abusive fur industry.

81 min2 w ago
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Lesley Fox on Minks, COVID-19, & the End of Fur

Dr. Pamela Fergusson on Deceitful Dairy Propaganda

Camille interviews plant-based dietician Dr. Pamela Fergusson to discuss Big Dairy propaganda, a new TVO partnership with Dairy Farmers of Ontario, and overall government support for this unhealthy, unsustainable, inhumane, and increasingly irrelevant industry.

66 minOCT 30
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Dr. Pamela Fergusson on Deceitful Dairy Propaganda

Debunking “Kiss the Ground” with Nicholas Carter

Jessica speaks with environmental researcher Nicholas to discuss the documentary, “Kiss the Ground” to debunk regenerative agriculture and “holistic” cow grazing as a viable solution to climate change. We need to move away from animal farming all together to combat the climate crisis!

66 minOCT 17
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Debunking “Kiss the Ground” with Nicholas Carter

Matthew Liebman on How Justice the Horse Sued His Former Owner

October 2, 2020 This episode of the Paw & Order podcast kicks off with a recap of the online Canadian Animal Law Conference, which was a smashing success! A reminder that all conference sessions can be accessed at a reduced price, giving you full access to the recorded sessions for 60 days. Peter and Camille... Read more »

73 minOCT 3
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Matthew Liebman on How Justice the Horse Sued His Former Owner

LIVE From the Online Canadian Law Conference!

This episode of the Paw & Order podcast is brought to you LIVE from the online Canadian Animal Law Conference! For the first time ever, hosts Camille Labchuk, Peter Sankoff, and Jessica Scott-Reid come together to host an exciting show.

60 minSEP 19
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LIVE From the Online Canadian Law Conference!

Animal Cruelty Cover-Up Laws Continue to Spread

Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid give an update on ag gag laws in Canada, including police handing out tickets to protesters outside of Fearmans Pork slaughterhouse, Ontario releasing info on draft regulations for ag gag Bill 156, a new provision under the bill going into effect that now prohibits advocates from stopping transport trucks, and Manitoba launching public consultations for its own troubling ag gag legislation.

56 minSEP 14
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Animal Cruelty Cover-Up Laws Continue to Spread

Animals as Victims of Crime

Peter and Camille discuss legal efforts aimed at having animals considered to be victims of crimes, with the ability to provide a victim impact statement in court. The hosts debate whether this move is merely symbolic, or whether it advances protections for animals in a meaningful way.

--AUG 22
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Animals as Victims of Crime

Meat Industry Backlash

Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid dive into the aftermath of Regan Russell’s death, and the reaction from farmers and truckers.

62 minAUG 8
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Meat Industry Backlash

No Criminal Charges for Trucker Who Killed Regan Russell

Hosts Peter & Camille are back at it after a short summer vacation! There's a lot of animal news in the headlines, so this episode breaks it down. We discuss: Canadian Animal Law Conference tickets are now available, why no criminal charges were laid against the driver who ran down and killed activist Regan Russell outside Fearmans Pork slaughterhouse (and why police and prosecutors have a long history of giving the meat industry a free ride, while targeting animal advocates), a class action suit against the Cargill slaughterhouse in Alberta, for letting COVID-19 run wild amongst workers, animal Outlook's lawsuit in the wake of a fish farm investigation, new Zealand courts throwing out secretly-recorded video evidence of animal cruelty on a dairy farm, a California court ruling that the state's foie gras ban is constitutionally-compliant, two guilty pleas in last year's Alberta turkey farm occupation, and Spain and the Netherlands killing off a million minks following COVID-19 infec...

81 minJUL 25
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No Criminal Charges for Trucker Who Killed Regan Russell

Latest Episodes

Jane Goodall Act Will Outlaw Captivity of Great Apes & Elephants

In Episode 68 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff discuss an exciting new Senate bill called the Jane Goodall Act, that would outlaw the captivity of great apes and elephants, shut down the ivory trade, and give some animals legal representation in court. This groundbreaking legislation was recently introduced by the legendary Senator Murray Sinclair, who has proven to be both a hero for humans and animals alike.

107 min4 d ago
Comments
Jane Goodall Act Will Outlaw Captivity of Great Apes & Elephants

Lesley Fox on Minks, COVID-19, & the End of Fur

Episode 67 of Paw & Order features an in-depth interview with Lesley Fox, executive director of The Fur-Bearers, who is one of Canada's most knowledgeable and dedicated anti-fur voices. Lesley and Camille discuss troubling COVID-19 mutations found in mink farms, companies dropping fur, cities banning fur sales, and why the writing is on the wall for the abusive fur industry.

81 min2 w ago
Comments
Lesley Fox on Minks, COVID-19, & the End of Fur

Dr. Pamela Fergusson on Deceitful Dairy Propaganda

Camille interviews plant-based dietician Dr. Pamela Fergusson to discuss Big Dairy propaganda, a new TVO partnership with Dairy Farmers of Ontario, and overall government support for this unhealthy, unsustainable, inhumane, and increasingly irrelevant industry.

66 minOCT 30
Comments
Dr. Pamela Fergusson on Deceitful Dairy Propaganda

Debunking “Kiss the Ground” with Nicholas Carter

Jessica speaks with environmental researcher Nicholas to discuss the documentary, “Kiss the Ground” to debunk regenerative agriculture and “holistic” cow grazing as a viable solution to climate change. We need to move away from animal farming all together to combat the climate crisis!

66 minOCT 17
Comments
Debunking “Kiss the Ground” with Nicholas Carter

Matthew Liebman on How Justice the Horse Sued His Former Owner

October 2, 2020 This episode of the Paw & Order podcast kicks off with a recap of the online Canadian Animal Law Conference, which was a smashing success! A reminder that all conference sessions can be accessed at a reduced price, giving you full access to the recorded sessions for 60 days. Peter and Camille... Read more »

73 minOCT 3
Comments
Matthew Liebman on How Justice the Horse Sued His Former Owner

LIVE From the Online Canadian Law Conference!

This episode of the Paw & Order podcast is brought to you LIVE from the online Canadian Animal Law Conference! For the first time ever, hosts Camille Labchuk, Peter Sankoff, and Jessica Scott-Reid come together to host an exciting show.

60 minSEP 19
Comments
LIVE From the Online Canadian Law Conference!

Animal Cruelty Cover-Up Laws Continue to Spread

Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid give an update on ag gag laws in Canada, including police handing out tickets to protesters outside of Fearmans Pork slaughterhouse, Ontario releasing info on draft regulations for ag gag Bill 156, a new provision under the bill going into effect that now prohibits advocates from stopping transport trucks, and Manitoba launching public consultations for its own troubling ag gag legislation.

56 minSEP 14
Comments
Animal Cruelty Cover-Up Laws Continue to Spread

Animals as Victims of Crime

Peter and Camille discuss legal efforts aimed at having animals considered to be victims of crimes, with the ability to provide a victim impact statement in court. The hosts debate whether this move is merely symbolic, or whether it advances protections for animals in a meaningful way.

--AUG 22
Comments
Animals as Victims of Crime

Meat Industry Backlash

Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid dive into the aftermath of Regan Russell’s death, and the reaction from farmers and truckers.

62 minAUG 8
Comments
Meat Industry Backlash

No Criminal Charges for Trucker Who Killed Regan Russell

Hosts Peter & Camille are back at it after a short summer vacation! There's a lot of animal news in the headlines, so this episode breaks it down. We discuss: Canadian Animal Law Conference tickets are now available, why no criminal charges were laid against the driver who ran down and killed activist Regan Russell outside Fearmans Pork slaughterhouse (and why police and prosecutors have a long history of giving the meat industry a free ride, while targeting animal advocates), a class action suit against the Cargill slaughterhouse in Alberta, for letting COVID-19 run wild amongst workers, animal Outlook's lawsuit in the wake of a fish farm investigation, new Zealand courts throwing out secretly-recorded video evidence of animal cruelty on a dairy farm, a California court ruling that the state's foie gras ban is constitutionally-compliant, two guilty pleas in last year's Alberta turkey farm occupation, and Spain and the Netherlands killing off a million minks following COVID-19 infec...

81 minJUL 25
Comments
No Criminal Charges for Trucker Who Killed Regan Russell
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