Tag Archives: Green Living

5 Ways to Send a Message to the Dairy Industry: A response to brutal animal abuse at a Dairyland Farm

If you’ve been following the news, you may have heard of a recent video released by non-profit group, Mercy for Animals Canada which shows eight employees brutally and viciously beating cows with rakes, chains, canes and booted feet. It is a very hard video to watch, but one that must absolutely be seen. Not every farmer abuses their animals, but until the industry embraces greater transparency and accountability, it is up to you and I to act. Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: The Green Door, vegetarian comfort food

I was back in Ottawa last Friday as a guest on my third episode of Rogers Daytime, for a segment on Back to School Snacks on a Budget (the clips will be up on www.glutenfreeliving.ca in the coming weeks.) So … Continue reading

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Eating sustainably: Fish in Peril

Of course, no one would be so tempted to (or so able to profit from) overfishing species in peril if the demand didn’t exist. So, it’s really up to us, the consumer, to be informed and to take the responsibility upon ourselves to act. Continue reading

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