The Country that Fur Built: Canada’s Fur Trade History

The Country that Fur Built: Canada’s Fur Trade History

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As Canadians prepare to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation (July 1, 1867), and also the 375th anniversary of the…
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Why We Must Renew Our Support for Sealing

Why We Must Renew Our Support for Sealing

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Of all conflicts between advocates of sustainable use of wildlife and advocates of animal rights, none has been more enduring…
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An Eye-Opening Fur Workshop with Gordy Klassen and Friends

An Eye-Opening Fur Workshop with Gordy Klassen and Friends

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As the communications coordinator for the Fur Institute of Canada I sometimes spend more time in the office than I…
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Should We Be Trapping Wolves in Canada?

Should We Be Trapping Wolves in Canada?

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The number one threat to all wildlife in North America is loss of habitat. Let me explain why I feel…
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5 Reasons Why I Support the Canadian Seal Hunt

5 Reasons Why I Support the Canadian Seal Hunt

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Two years ago I went to NAFFEM, a large fur trade show in Montreal. I was invited as a blogger, to…
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Public Morals and Trade Bans: WTO Caves

Public Morals and Trade Bans: WTO Caves

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Public morals and their protection are certainly a concern for governments, but is the EU abusing its authority in using…
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