In two rooms a continent apart, lawmakers and lawyers wrestled Tuesday with a question that could shake the legal framework of interactions between man and beast: should animals be legally recognized as sentient beings?
In Quebec City, the National Assembly continued debate on Bill 54, which proposes animals be seen as “sentient beings,” rather than property, in the eyes of the province.
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- 2017 ASAS-CSAS Graduate Student Poster Presentation Winner is Youngji Rho!
- 2017 ASAS Companion Animal Graduate Student Oral Presentation Winner Cara Cargo-Froom!
- The Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS) Young Scientist Award Winner is Angela Cánovas!
- The Poultry Science Association Announces Its 2017 Award Winners - Gregoy Bedecarrats and Haley Leung
- Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Provides Funding for University of Guelph's Better Chicken Welfare Study
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