A Call-Out from Niagara Action For Animals in Niagara, Ontario
Posted March 17th, 2016 on Niagara At Large
Dear Friends of Animals
From your arm chairs you can help support a new Bill C-246 – introduced by Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, the federal Liberal MP for the Toronto area riding of Beaches-East York – by going to the link below and signing the petition.
At the bottom of the petition, there is also a link you can follow with suggestions on writing a letter to your own Federal Member of Parliament.
The Modernizing Animal Protections Act would make common sense improvements to the animal cruelty section of the Criminal Code.
The Act would prohibit the practice of shark finning in Canadian waters and ban the import of shark fins not attached to the carcass, and would ban the sale of dog and cat fur, and require animal fur products be labeled with the country of origin and animal species.
You can sign the petition by clicking on the following link – https://www.change.org/p/members-of-parliament-and-the-senate-of-canada-support-bill-c-246-the-modernizing-animal-protections-act/u/15850694?tk=s4pQnmIf5SXKaur8zyBEJ6rebqyhU3SGQ15Mz4RfIkc&utm_source=petition_update&utm_medium Niagara Action for Animals is a non-profit, all volunteer charity devoted to ending all forms of animal cruelty through education, direct action and legitimate protest. Nothing contained in this email is intended to encourage or incite illicit acts. Please let us know (by return email) if you no longer wish to receive these email alerts.
For information and contact information for Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith click on – http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members/Nathaniel-Erskine-Smith(88687) .
For more information on Bill C-246, click on the following online page posted by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies – http://cfhs.ca/law/federal_legislation/ .
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