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This show features an interview with Chelsey Hawkings, a co-owner of the local family business called Simply Delish Soup and Salad. We also talk about the BCSPCA's spotlighting videos on animal companion adoptions, an open job position at the Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.), and the Vancouver Downtown Eastside's 2021 calendar which has just becom…
 
A feature interview with local social influencer Sandra Nomoto on why to go vegan and stay vegan, for World Vegan Month! Plus, an interview with Vancouver Humane Society's Amy Morris on their campaign to help women and their companion animals escape homelessness. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Featuring an interview with local activist Roy Sasano, who shares his thoughts in the aftermath of the first face-to-face conversation the Excelsior 4 activists had with a BCSPCA representative since the Meat the Victims event 18 months ago. We also discuss the new documentary from Shaun Monson about the killing of Regan Russell at Fearman's pig sl…
 
This International Sloth Day show features an interview with zoologist Dr. Rebecca Cliffe, founder and director of the Sloth Conservation Foundation. We also welcome 13-year-old entrepreneur and animal advocate Sir Darius Brown of Beaux and Paws who sews and donates handmade bow ties for shelter animals to help them get adopted. Read more →…
 
Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that's respectful toward Indigenous people. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
This show includes a feature interview with Emily Wilson, the founder and head chef at Living Tree Foods. We discuss her background as an animal rights lawyer and her passion for affordable, delicious, and local vegan cheese products. We also hear a story from pattrice jones discussing her first time bringing ducks to Vine Sanctuary and the assumpt…
 
In this show, we have a feature interview with compassionate horse carer and author Ren Hurst, on honouring consent with horses and other animals as well as the effect of domestication on nonhuman animals and humans and Linda Bakker from Wildlife Rescue Association who speak on the displacement of bird populations as a result of the wildfires in th…
 
A feature interview with animal activist Amy Soranno, one of four criminally charged for exposing extreme animal cruelty last year at the Excelsior Hog Farm. And When Celebrities Quit Veganism: A Message for Miley Cyrus with Dr. Matthew Nagra. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
A feature interview with co-founder Stephanos Liapis of BC vegan-cheese making company Pulse Kitchen. Plus, an interview with Peter Fricker of the Vancouver Humane Society on the efforts to ban horse-drawn trolleys in Stanley Park. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Feature interview with Sorelle Campbell, founder and Executive Director of Rabbitats Rescue on the plight of the bunnies, for Homeless Animal Awareness Day. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Calling for an end to the global wildlife trade with World Animal Protection's Campaign Director Melissa Matlow, including the elephant tourism industry. Plus, a revealing interview with local activist David Isbister on the Greater Vancouver Zoo dealings, especially in the aftermath of more deaths. Read more →…
 
In this show we hear from Abioseh Cole, the Vegan Poet on the power of language and what lead him to writing the children’s book, “I am Not Food”, a text which explores why animals are people. We also speak to, Addy Rivera Sondas, the illustrator of the new children's book, "Junebug: No Life Too Small" on her process of bringing this sweet story to…
 
Meet vegan entrepreneurs Seth Tibbott of The Tofurky Company, and James Davison and Mitchell Scott of The Very Good Butchers, who make some of the best plant-based meats on the market, and have business stories and advice to share! Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
In this show, we feature interviews with the founders of two vegan ice cream companies: Local vegan and co-founder of Nora's Non-Dairy Katherine Backman and avid vegan and founder of Cheeri Cheeri, Christy Cunanan. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
In this show, we feature an exclusive interview with writer and boom operator Paradox Delilah on her first self-published book, The Race, which draws on concepts of the modern dairy industry and the insidious ways we are distracted from its cruelties. We also listen to an encore interview of Aph Ko on speciesism as an extension of white supremacy. …
 
Our feature interview in this show is vegan filmmaker Jasmine Leyva of The Invisible Vegan on the role of filmmaking and other art forms in movements for social justice and wellness. We also speak with Animal Justice lawyer Camille Labchuk on Bill 156. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Featuring an exclusive interview with Five Loaves Atlanta founder Aisha Robinson on her work providing plant-based food and other necessities to food-insecure and homeless individuals, and why she believes cruelty-free food should be accessible to all. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Feature interview with Woodstock Farm Sanctuary's Rachel McCrystal on millions of farmed animals being euthanized and the COVID-19 outbreaks in slaughterhouses. Plus, a discussion of Canadian filmmaker Liz Marshall's "Meat the Future" - the clean meat future! Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
This International Respect for Chickens Month show features a critical assessment of the film Chicken Run from our co-hosts on its anti-speciesist message and an encore interview with neuroscientist and expert in animal behaviour and intelligence, Dr. Lori Marino. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
For our feature interview, we welcome Dr. Sailesh Rao, an environmental scientist who believes that the world is capable of overcoming climate change - but only if everyone adopts a plant-based diet by the year 2026. Also, Annelise Sorg, the co-founder and President of No Whales in Captivity, discusses the history of Vancouver Aquarium's exploitati…
 
Featuring an interview with author Christopher Locke on The Enlightenment Adventures, his young adult series focused around animal rights and sentience, and a speech from Dr. Charu Chandrasekera on human-biology-based alternatives to animal testing. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Sustaining ourselves with food during pandemic times: A feature interview with vegan food consultant Brigitte Gemme, of Vegan Family Kitchen, on best practises for pantry cooking. Plus, guest co-host Grace Wampold presents a segment on being resourceful in growing your own food, even if you don't have garden space! Read more →…
 
Spring is coming! In this show, we present two perennial interviews packed with information on veganic farming, which is a method of farming that eschews animal inputs. Featuring master gardener Stephen Hunt and food justice activist, veganic farmer, and vegan chef JoVonna Johnson-Cooke. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
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