The Montreal SPCA is asking the public to review and comment on a new set of animal welfare regulations proposed by the Québec government.
On January 18, 2019 two cases of equine herpes viral abortion caused by equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) was reported at a farm in Haldimand County in Ontario.
Fifty-two horses and six dogs were removed from a property in Alberta. Patricia Lynn Moore and Ross Andrew have been charged with 27 related offences.
Dorothy Chiotti won a WINNIE Award for Best Equestrian Photo Journal from EQUUS Film Festival 2018 for her work, Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry.
A survey of the Chilcotin wild horse population in B.C. is being planned to inform future land management decisions regarding wildlife and range use.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has reported a confirmed case of Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) in the Municipal District of Bonnyville, Alberta.
A new survey asks for the public's input on how animal cruelty investigations and humane law enforcement should be handled in Ontario.
The British Horseracing Authority is sharing its digital archive of previous races to assist in research projects aimed at improving rider safety.
A recent audit of agricultural operations in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia confirms that most horse people are not aware of waste management rules.
Don’t miss the free workshop, January 12th, hosted by BC’s Environmental Farm Plan Program, to learn how to improve your rural South Langley property.
As of December 1, 2018, livestock producers will need a veterinary prescription to access medically important antimicrobials.
Alberta equine owners and stable operators are reminded to register for Premises Identification (PID) and the importance of obtaining a PID Number.
Farm Grants and Farm Loans may be available for many farms in Canada. Take action now to access programs before funding is depleted.
Each year since 2011, the same desperate post appears online imploring horse people to help find homes for 52 Thoroughbreds.
On January 2, 2019, a decision was made in Superior Court which will impact the enforcement of provincial animal welfare legislation in Ontario.