Urge the Canadian government to stop Bill C-275
A dangerous agricultural gag or “ag-gag” bill is currently making its way through Parliament. If it passes, it will make it extremely difficult for whistleblowers—including employees, journalists and members of the public—to expose cruelty to animals on farms.
Private Member’s Bill C-275 was introduced by the official opposition. It is a proposed ag-gag law that seeks to reduce the public’s access to information about what happens in our food system. It intends to shelter an industry that is already well-hidden from the public’s view, at a time when we need transparency from industrial farming operations more than ever before—for animals, as well as for the environment, for public health and for farm workers.
Ag-gag laws are a severe threat to animal welfare and to protected Canadian rights and freedoms, such as freedom of expression, and they have no place in a democratic society.
Join us in calling on federal decision-makers to scrap Bill C-275!
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