There's a debate underway at Queen's Park over the welfare of animals on farms. The government says it's trying to protect farmers and animals from trespassers; the opposition thinks the bill is a so-called "ag gag," meaning it would prevent whistle-blowers from bringing attention to animal cruelty. To argue their respective sides, we welcome Ontario's Minister of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs Ernie Hardeman and John Vanthof, the NDP's agriculture critic.
Episode:
Family Farm Hardships; Farmers vs. Activists
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Feb 26, 2020
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