Will you Vote for the Animals on May 2nd?

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On May 2nd, Canadians will elect a new government. Animals can’t speak or vote so we must be their voice. Help us send the message that animals matter!

Visit the WSPA’s (World Society for the Protection of Animals) Vote for Animals site to:

Get more involved!

Here are a few things you can do to get more involved in campaigning to protect animals in your riding and across Canada.

  • Attend the all-candidates debate in your riding. Contact your local candidates for more information about when and where the debates will be held in your riding. Consider asking an animal welfare related question at the debate.
  • Collect signatures on WSPA’s petition for stronger animal cruelty laws. During the next session of Parliament, WSPA will see that these signatures are presented to the House of Commons. A similar petition effort in 2008 and 2009 resulted in a Parliamentary motion in support of a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare.
  • Follow Vote for Animals on Twitter and Facebook.

Now is the time to make change happen.

So much has come to light in the past year from the “No Country for Animals” documentary to the awful slaughter of 100 healthy sled dogs in Whistler and so many other cases inbetween.

Now is the time for us to unite our voices and do right for our animals.

Now is the time to speak for them.

Get out and vote. Reading a blog or carrying signs for the news cameras won’t change the world. Voting can.


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Comments (1)
  • Debbie Walker May 1 2011 - 5:15 pm

    Good Luck on all that you do for animals. Good luck on the election too. Debbie



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