In just a few short weeks, Canadian fishermen will descend on the seals’ habitat to kill the babies for their fur. This comes despite habitat loss due to climate change. Rebecca Aldworth visits the harp seal nursery to witness this amazing place.

Please click here:- Sign Pamela Anderson’s Petition to Help End the Seal Slaughter

Each year, the Canadian government authorizes commercial fishermen to kill hundreds of thousands of seal pups off the East Coast of Canada. The HSUS Protect Seals campaign is part of an international effort to bring this cruel and needless hunt to an end.  The campaign is focused on pressing Canada’s fishing industry and its government to end the commercial seal hunt.

Seal hunting is an off-season activity of a few thousand fishermen from Canada’s east coast. They make, on average, about 5% of their income from sealing, and the rest from commercial fisheries. Roughly two-thirds of Canadian seafood exports go to the United States each year. Canada’s sealers make much more money from exporting seafood to the U.S. than they do from killing seal pups

Through the boycott of Canadian seafood, The HSUS and its supporters are sending a clear message to Canada’s fishing industry.  If the industry would like open access to our market, it needs to stop supporting and participating in the commercial seal hunt.  To date, more than 750,000 individuals and over 5,500 grocery stores, restaurants, casinos, and seafood suppliers in the United States have joined the seafood boycott.

Boycott participants

Mario Batali, Cat Cora, Kerry Simon, and hundreds of other chefs are joined by compassionate companies, including:

  • Battleground Restaurant Group
  • BI-LO Supermarkets
  • Bon Appétit Management Company
  • China Grill Management Group
  • Fireman Hospitality Group
  • The Forgeois Group
  • Gotham City Restaurant Group
  • Harris Teeter
  • Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Cafés
  • Legal Sea Foods
  • Lowe’s Foods
  • McGrath’s Fish House
  • Patina Restaurant Group
  • Ted Turner’s Ted’s Montana Grill
  • The Venetian and Palazzo Resorts
  • The Old Spaghetti Factory Restaurants
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Whole Foods
  • WinCo Foods

All chefs and companies participating in the Protect Seals campaign have pledged to avoid some or all Canadian seafood until Canadian fishermen from Canada’s East Coast end—once and for all—the commercial seal hunt.

Boycott Canadian seafood to save seals

Please sign at the link below – Thank you

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Please sign:-Tell Canada’s Prime Minister to Call Off the Slaughter

Please Sign:-Thank the Russian Federation for Saving Seals 

“Hopefully this video, arranged & sung by my dear friend Louise du Toit; will touch your hearts! We have to stop the slaughter of innocent animals & protect their habitat” 

SAVE THE SEALS: May this video touch the hearts of those who are still not aware of the senseless and brutal killing of seals all over the world and convince them to raise their voices AGAINST this unforgivable and utterly atrocious practice of heartless humans! Like ALL living beings on earth, seals deserve to LIVE their lives in peace and harmony, without humans interfering and destroying them for their own egoistic gain.

The song, “Alright”, is written and performed by Louise du Toit and arranged by Louise du Toit, Spiros Papaspirou and Edmund Diolulu, with lyrics by Louise du Toit. “Alright” was produced at Horizon Studios in Athens and the digital mastering was done at Abbey Road Studios in London. Video produced and created by Louise du Toit in Greece, 2010. This video was made as a contribution to the salvation of seals, for nonprofit educational purposes, without any intention of commercial advantage or private financial gain. There is no intention of copyright infringement either.

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