Oh, Canada!

Does the Great White North Deserve Its Green Reputation?

Contacts

Logging trucks thunder down Canadian highways, helping transport nearly eight billion board feet of timber per year. Below, left: indigenous Arctic© ROBERT SEMENIUK/CORBIS

Wilderness areas are being replaced by hazardous zones.© GINNY DIERS

Indigenous Arctic grayling are threatened by the ravages of extractive industries© GINNY DIERS

Oil pumpjacks are a common sight in western Canadian backyards.© GINNY DIERS

Animal Rights National Conference 2018