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Animal welfare in the wild

By Chris Darimont

Owing to Raincoast’s leadership in using exclusively non-invasive research, I was called upon to organize and chair a conference session on “Wildlife Science and the 3 Rs” at the 8th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences…

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Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline Threatens Canadian Wildlife

Enbridge Northern Gateway is proposing a pipeline and oil tankers through BC

The Huffington Post
By Paul Paquet and Chris Genovali

Although rarely considered, many human activities deprive wild animals of their life necessities by destroying or impoverishing their surroundings, causing suffering of individuals through displacement, stress, starvation, and diminished security…

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Northern Gateway Project threatens wildlife

By Paul C. Paquet and Chris Genovali, Special To The Vancouver Sun
March 11, 2011

Although rarely considered, many human activities deprive wild animals of their life necessities, causing suffering of individuals through displacement, stress, starvation, and diminished security…

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Pipeline threatens wildlife

Animal Writes – The Vancouver Humane Society Newsletter, Spring 2011

by Paul C. Paquet and Chris Genovali

Why is there no concern about the pain, fear, suffering and even death that wildlife will endure if the pipeline is approved? It is largely because we place a higher priority on economic growth than on the welfare of other species…

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