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Saving people and seals: Renewd call for a new "Made in Canada" Approach says the HSC

March 16/06, VANCOUVER - On the eve of a massive global protest against the seal hunt,

The Humane Society of Canada is once again calling on Premier Danny Williams of Newfoundland & Labrador, to work towards a new "made in Canada" solution to try and hammer out a deal that tries to take all interests into account. "We want to help save people and seals," says Al Hickey, Western Regional Director for animal charity, "and we believe that after decades of receiving support from the rest of Canada it is reasonable to ask the people of Newfoundland & Labrador to reconsider their position on the seal hunt."

 

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"World Water Day" is a good time to start protecting this vital rrsource says the HSC

March 22 2005, VANCOUVER - March 22, 2005 is World Water Day and The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) is urging Canadians to take the time to consider how important this vital resource is and to do whatever they can to conserve and preserve it every day.

 

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Humane Society of Canada Applauds Toronto School Board Trustee’s Compassion

March 30, 2005, TORONTO – The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) is pleased that a Toronto school board trustee, recently declared that students should be allowed to opt out of dissection class and that he is going to request that the Toronto District School Board approve new rules that will allow this.

 

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Celebrate "International Children's book day" Urges the HSC

March 31, 2005, VANCOUVER – April 2 is International Children’s Book Day and The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) is asking parents, educators and children to celebrate this day by reading books that feature stories and information about animals and nature.

 

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Safe Return of Stolen Birds: The Humane Society of Canada Offers A Reward

April 7, 2005, TORONTO – On Tuesday afternoon, a Californian family had their motorhome stolen from the parking lot of the Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Inside the motorhome were the family’s cherished animal companions – two parrots, two cats and a hamster.

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