Hens suffering behind cages

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Animals are under attack in Ontario.

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This week, Ontario introduced one of the most extreme “ag-gag” bills we have ever seen. Alberta just passed a similar law at lightning speed, and we are determined to ensure that the same doesn’t happen here. Under Ontario Bill 156, farmers are deputized to use force to arrest a whistleblower, like the brave heroes who reveal the cruelties of factory farming, without any warrant or evidence. What’s more, whistleblowers face a $15,000 fine for a first offence. The sole purpose of this bill is to shield animal abusers. We need you to make your voice heard by letting your MPP know that you won’t support a province that shields animal abusers and turns citizens against each other.

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Oppose Ontario’s Extreme Ag-gag Proposal

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@ONGov

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@ONGov, farmers are not police officers, but extremist bill No. 156 deputizes #Ontario farmworkers to arrest citizens without a warrant if they are exposing animal abuse! #AgGag #NOon156 #AnitaKrajnc


@ONGov, why is #Ontario criminalizing exposés of factory farms? #Canada #AgGag #NOon156 #AnitaKrajnc


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@LegislativeAssemblyofOntario, farmers are not police officers, but your extreme bill No. 156 allows farmers to arrest citizens without a warrant simply for exposing animal abuse! Ontario and Canada don’t want to give the world this image of our farmers.