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  1. CFHS: Sponsors and Exhibitors Wednesday, February 25

    The 2015 CFHS National Animal Welfare Conference is an exceptional opportunity to present your business to organizations and individuals who are passionate about animal welfare. Over 250 of Canada’s most progressive and positive animal welfare leaders convened in Toronto to strengthen and grow Canada’s animal welfare community and to help define our shared vision for the national animal ...

  2. News: Canadian Federation of Humane Societies applauds Ontario Government move to better protect marine mammals Tuesday, January 27

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canadian Federation of Humane Societies applauds Ontario Government move to better protect marine mammals January 27, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) – The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) is encouraged by an announcement from the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS) today to end the breeding of captive orcas and ban the future ...

  3. CFHS: Pre-conference Tours Monday, January 26

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  4. CFHS: Travel Grants Monday, January 26

    $500 Travel Grant Sponsored by the Animal Welfare Foundation of Canada This grant is intended to help one participant off-set their travel costs to the 2015 CFHS Animal Welfare Conference in Richmond BC. The chosen attendee for this grant will need to pay for their upfront costs and will receive a $500 cheque while at the conference. How to apply: Tell us in 500 words or less why you ...

  5. CFHS: 2015 Conference Abstracts Monday, January 26

    Keynote and Plenary Sessions Rewilding our hearts: Animal emotions, compassionate conservation, and the importance of individual animalsDr. Marc Bekoff Make it History: A Review of the Fur Industry in CanadaAlanna Devine, Director of Animal Advocacy, Montreal SPCASara Dubois, Chief Scientific Officer, BC SPCALesley Fox, Executive Director, Association for the Protection of Fur-bearing ...

  6. CFHS: Careers Monday, January 19

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  7. Animals At Home: Million Cat Challenge Wednesday, January 14

    The CFHS is proud to be a founding member of the Million Cat Challenge, a shelter-based campaign to save the lives of one million cats in North America over the next five years. The campaign focuses on five key initiatives that offer every shelter, in every community, practical choices to reduce euthanasia and increase live outcomes for shelter cats. In 2012, the CFHS released a ...

  8. News: Are Canadians having a cat moment? Thursday, December 18

    For immediate release Are Canadians having a cat moment?New shelter data reveals things are improving for shelter cats December 18, 2014 (OTTAWA) – This holiday season it’s difficult to get away from cats! Between the Grumpy Cat Christmas movie, the Vancouver Canucks posing with shelter kittens and ubiquitous internet cat videos it’s impossible to ignore felines. All of this cat ...

  9. Animals At Home: Choose Adoptions Ribbons Wednesday, November 19

    Think carefully, choose wisely, love deeply – Choose Adoption PHOTO CREDITSave this image and share it on your social media! When you see a Choose Adoption Ribbon tied to a leash or a collar of a dog it identifies them as one of many adopted animals in your community! Choose Adoption Ribbons are part of a national program developed by the CFHS to raise awareness about animal ...

  10. News: Canadian Federation of Humane Societies seeking nominations for prestigious award Tuesday, November 04

    November 4, 2014, (OTTAWA) – The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) is seeking nominations for its annual recognition of exceptional animal welfare work. Established in 1985, the prestigious CFHS Frederic A. McGrand Award recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to animal welfare in Canada. A nominee should have made a significant contribution as a founder ...

  11. Animals At Home: Canadian Standards of Care in Animal Shelters Thursday, October 16

    Canadian Standards of Care in Animal Shelters

  12. News: CFHS Statement on livestock transportation in Canada Saturday, October 11

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 11, 2014 (Ottawa, ON) On Saturday night graphic and disturbing images of animals being transported in Canada were aired on CTV W5. The CFHS finds these images to be profoundly difficult to watch. Throughout Canada each year, more than 650 million farm animals are transported from farms to auction and slaughter. Between two and three million of them, mostly ...

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