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CETFA volunteer inspector spotlight: Sue Manns

Sue Manns is a CETFA volunteer inspector who has witnessed and documented animal abuse in countless factory farms and livestock auctions. Sue’s photos and footage have been extensively used for education as well as various campaigns, such as the campaign … Continue reading

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The story of Justice

Justice was a domestic pig born in a massive sow operation to a mother trapped within a steel and concrete “gestation crate” (actual barn pictured below). After just 2-3 weeks with his mother, Justice was moved to a grow-out facility … Continue reading

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The Hidden Face of Pork

A new CETFA investigation reveals the truth about Ontario’s pig industry.  In 2011 and 2012, CETFA investigators returned to the same Ontario pig barn for 7 months and documented a shocking pattern of cruelty and neglect. Footage taken at the … Continue reading

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These Little Pigs

Art has an obvious esthetic purpose, but it can also be used to convey powerful messages about social justice issues, including animal welfare and rights. Today, we talk with William Buchanan, professional artist and graduate of the Nova Scotia College … Continue reading

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Rescue 140: Giving Hens a Second Chance at Life

Late May 2012, the CETFA Rescue Crew organized and rescued 140 battery-caged hens who were destined for slaughter. The hens had spent over a year crammed into battery cages – barren wire cages so small they couldn’t even spread their … Continue reading

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