It has been announced that the European Commission is set to adopt stricter regulations on the import of horsemeat from non-EU countries.
Animal rights organizations joined forces at the Calgary Airport Authority’swith 14 protesters waving signs and posters in front of the Aerospace Museum
Alex Atamanenko, MP (BC Southern Interior) issued the following statement in Ottawa regarding parliament’s defeat last night of his Bill C-571 through which he hoped to overhaul the horsemeat industry in the interests of food safety: “I am very dismayed that my Bill C-571 did not get quite enough support in Parliament to pass on […]
Following a two-hour hearing on Friday, January 3rd, a temporary restraining order to block the opening of Valley Meat Co. has been extended for an additional 10 days. The New Mexico slaughterhouse, owned by Rick De Los Santos, was slated to begin operations in the next two weeks. However, State District Judge Matthew Wilson has […]
An Open Letter to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency March 13, 2012 Dr. Martin Appelt National Manager Meat Programs Division Canadian Food Inspection Agency 1400 Merivale Road Ottawa, ON K1A 0Y9 Dear Dr. Appelt: In view of Dr. Brian Evans’ prolonged leave of absence, we are sending this package for your review. Enclosed please find […]
Following the passage of the 2012 Agricultural Appropriations bill, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) is urging support of the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act (HR 2966/S 1176), which would stop the slaughter of American horses for human consumption by banning it in the U.S. and prohibiting the transport […]