VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 11/2012 With Christmas and the Holiday Season just around the corner, The Humane Society of Canada is asking you to give thoughtful gifts that also help animals. “We have a wide range of gifts for your pets, family and friends. When you spend your hard earned money with us every dollar goes to help animals,” says HSC Western Regional Director, Al Hickey. The animal charity also rewards people who spend more with special telephone or online discounts of 10% and seniors get 20% off starting today.
AUGUST 23/2012, TORONTO -A constellation of stars from science fiction, movies, television and comic books kicked off the annual FAN EXPO CANADA extravaganza being held at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto with more than 80,000 fans expected to attend this four day event.
The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) Presents the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for Public Service to the Bloomfield Family
Boots and Hearts Country Western Music Festival - Behind Every Great Star There's An Animal Says The Humane Society of Canada (HSC)
AUGUST 10/2012, TORONTO - Braving heavy rain and high winds, strutting their stuff in colourful outfits, country western music fans cheered on their favourite stars at the weekend Boots & Hearts music festival in Bowmanville, Ontario located about 83 km (39 mi) east of Toronto.
Olympians and Their Pets - Behind Every Great Star There's An Animal Says The Humane Society of Canada (HSC)
VANCOUVER, JULY 18 /2012 - Under the glare of the lights, with billions of people watching around the world and with every fibre of their Olympic being stretched beyond their limits, there are some members of their cheering section who sit and wait anxiously for their return home.
June 19, 2012, VANCOUVER – The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) is asking anyone who is thinking of adopting a pet to consider going to their local animal shelter or rescue group instead of a pet shop or backyard breeder.
The Humane Society of Canada is asking for your help to save the life of "Makoon," a 30 pound male orphaned black bear cub and his companion, a second bear cub, who was never even given a name. Defying common sense and science, regrettably, earlier today, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger accepted what is in our view, very poor advice from his wildlife biologists and released not only “Makoon”, but also a second bear cub, this one only six months old, into the wild to fend for themselves.
The Humane Society of Canada is asking for your help to save the life of "Makoon," a 30 pound male orphaned black bear cub. While we are grateful to Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger for responding to our call and that of many others to originally spare "Makoon's" life, we believe he is receiving poor advice from his wildlife biologists about what happens next.
VANCOUVER, 14 June 2012 – The Humane Society of Canada wants to remind people that wild animals are extremely vulnerable at this time of year. “Animals having and raising their young are particularly susceptible to human activities,” warns Al Hickey, Humane Society of Canada (HSC) Western Regional Director.