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New action: call for a full ban on rodenticides

Effective July 21, 2021, the B.C. government enacted an 18-month ban on second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs), citing the serious risk they pose to the public, pets and wildlife. VHS welcomes this temporary ban as a first step and is calling on the B.C. government to take further action to address rodenticide use across the province.

Double your donation through the McVitie Fund Matching grant

We are excited to announce that all donations made towards the McVitie Fund between now and May 2022 will be matched up to $25,000! Double your donation today to help sick and injured companion animals in need.

Treat yourself and help animals at the VHS silent auction

VHS’s second ever online silent auction is on until October 25th! All proceeds from the auction will go towards VHS’ work to advocate for animals. With more than 150 plant-based and animal-friendly items donated by local businesses, you’ll find unique gifts perfect for yourself, your companion animals, and even the most hard-to-shop-for people on your list.

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B.C. government asking for approval to kill wolves

The B.C. government is seeking a five-year approval for a continued wolf cull program, which if granted would total 12 years of killing wolves in a bid to recover caribou herds decimated by habitat destruction. Since the B.C. government started killing wolves in 2015, 1,429 wolf lives were taken by aerial weapon use. Scientists confirm…

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TAKE ACTION to stop the wolf cull!

The B.C. government is seeking a five-year approval for a continuation of their wolf cull program, which has taken 1,429 wolf lives since 2015 in a bid to recover caribou herds decimated by habitat destruction.

There is no statistical support that wolf culls are effective for conserving endangered caribou populations. In fact, there is a broad consensus that the decline in caribou populations is driven by habitat loss. Its time to stop blaming and slaughtering animals for problems caused by human activity.

A government survey on this program is running until November 15. Go to https://vancouverhumanesociety.bc.ca/posts/wolf-cull-survey/?utm_source=facebook-post&utm_medium=announcement&utm_campaign=wolf_cull to take the survey and call for an end to these inhumane and ineffective measures.

TAKE ACTION to stop the wolf cull!

The B.C. government is seeking a five-year approval for a continuation of their wolf cull program, which has taken 1,429 wolf lives since 2015 in a bid to recover caribou herds decimated by habitat destruction.

There is no statistical support that wolf culls are effective for conserving endangered caribou populations. In fact, there is a broad consensus that the decline in caribou populations is driven by habitat loss. It’s time to stop blaming and slaughtering animals for problems caused by human activity.

A government survey on this program is running until November 15. Go to vancouverhumanesociety.bc.ca/posts/wolf-cull-survey/?utm_source=facebook-post&utm_medium=announce… to take the survey and call for an end to these inhumane and ineffective measures.
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What the Fuck are these Sub Human SCUM Lazy Assed Politicians doing……Get Rid of all of them NOW……..NO Wolf Killing you ASSHOLES.

Don’t change Mother Nature let all the animals live in peace this has been the way for years what animals are next to die.😡😡

“Decimated by habitat destruction”, huh, somehow I don’t think the wolves have destroyed the habitat. Maybe we need a “people cull” of those area and leave the wolves alone.