VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 14, 2016 - "Have your family and fur angels join ours with a Countdown for Animals during the 12 Days of Christmas. Visit us each day until Christmas Day and give us your thoughts and ideas to help animals better, stronger, faster" invites HSC Chairman & CEO, Michael O'Sullivan.
Exciting News! Hatchimals are available at The Humane Society of Canada Online Store ! Get yours today!
Dear Friend of Animals,
Exciting News ! As a caring member of our family whose kindness and generosity has helped so many animals, we are making this exclusive Hatchimal offer to you.
We have 18 Hatchimals on hand with more on the way and 100% of all the money raised will go towards our programs to protect our furred, finned and feathered friends.
Get your Hatchimal here before they are gone!
Dear Friend of Animals,
If you have already made a donation to help sick, injured and orphaned animals at risk, we would like to thank you for your kindness and generosity.
If have not yet made a donation, please help us save just one more life.
Mississauga is home to a new aquaponics farm, aquaponics combines aquaculture and hydroponics into one system. The new farm began construction in August and began growing fish and food in late September. Operating as a closed system 24 hours a day, fish and plants help each other grow providing a level of freshness the food bank says it’s desperately lacking. Click here to read the full story.
Cold weather and snow is making its’ seasonal appearance over much of Canada making it increasingly difficult for birds to find enough food. The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) says that people and birds can both benefit when humans assist their feathered friends by supplying them with a continual supply of quality bird feed.
October 31, 2016, VANCOUVER – Halloween is a lot of fun for children, but it can be a terrifying time, and even a dangerous one, for many pets says The Humane Society of Canada (HSC). The national animal charity is asking that people ensure that their animal companions don't suffer during Halloween.
A new report has found that the continued destruction of habitat, deforestation, overfishing, hunting, climate change and pollution around the world are staging a mass extinction of wildlife globally. Animal populations between 1970 and 2012 have decreased by 58% and are projected to reach 67% by 2020. Such a staggering loss of wildlife has not occurred for millions of years on planet Earth and the effects could be devastating to the long-term biodiversity of the planet. The report warns that without swift action, 7 of 10 animals will vanish in 50 years with extinction rates currently 100 times their natural level. Click here to read the full story.
A new study found that the area affected by forest fires in the Western United States has doubled over the past 30 years due in part to human-influenced climate change. Fires have continually gotten larger and larger, increasing abruptly in the 1980s, measured by area burned, number of large fires, and length of fire sessions. Scientists and public officials place part of the blame on human-induced climate change. Read the full story here.
Achieving sustainable development goals in order to end global hunger is possible if countries prioritize necessary resources. A new report outlines the progress being made around the world to end world hunger especially in developing countries but notes the need to bring technology, knowledge, resources, and a sense of urgency and political will in line to achieve these goals. Aquaculture development could be one aid in the progress toward ending world hunger. To read the full article, click here.