96 episodes

The Animal Voices Vancouver show is Canada's premier radio program dedicated to animal advocacy and compassionate living.

Animal Voices Animal Voices Vancouver

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

The Animal Voices Vancouver show is Canada's premier radio program dedicated to animal advocacy and compassionate living.

    Celebrating International Sloth Day with Sloth Expert Rebecca Cliffe, plus 13-Year-Old Sir Darius Brown on Making Bow Ties for Shelter Animals

    Celebrating International Sloth Day with Sloth Expert Rebecca Cliffe, plus 13-Year-Old Sir Darius Brown on Making Bow Ties for Shelter Animals

    This International Sloth Day show features an interview with zoologist Dr. Rebecca Cliffe, founder and director of the Sloth Conservation Foundation. We also welcome 13-year-old entrepreneur and animal advocate Sir Darius Brown of Beaux and Paws who sews and donates handmade bow ties for shelter animals to help them get adopted.

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    Encore show: Indigenous Peoples Day – Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

    Encore show: Indigenous Peoples Day – Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

    Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that's respectful toward Indigenous people.

    • 1 hr
    World Day for Farmed Animals: Exploring Queer Love in Animals and Getting A Taste for Local Plant-Based Charcuterie

    World Day for Farmed Animals: Exploring Queer Love in Animals and Getting A Taste for Local Plant-Based Charcuterie

    This show includes a feature interview with Emily Wilson, the founder and head chef at Living Tree Foods. We discuss her background as an animal rights lawyer and her passion for affordable, delicious, and local vegan cheese products. We also hear a story from pattrice jones discussing her first time bringing ducks to Vine Sanctuary and the assumptions we make about non-human animals based on the narrative that animals are motivated by reproduction and survival, rather than love, eros, and community.

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    Humane Education for K-12 with Teachkind’s Lisbet Chiriboga, and “Wolf Walk” at the Vancouver International Film Festival

    Humane Education for K-12 with Teachkind’s Lisbet Chiriboga, and “Wolf Walk” at the Vancouver International Film Festival

    A feature interview with Lisbet Chiriboga, Program Manager of the TeachKind Humane Education Program; a review of "Wolf Walk" at VIFF; and a kitty rescue story.

    • 1 hr
    Ren Hurst on Honoring Consent with Horses and Other Animals and Undomesticating Our Lives, Linda Bakker of Wildlife Rescue Association on Effects of Wildfires on Birds

    Ren Hurst on Honoring Consent with Horses and Other Animals and Undomesticating Our Lives, Linda Bakker of Wildlife Rescue Association on Effects of Wildfires on Birds

    In this show, we have a feature interview with compassionate horse carer and author Ren Hurst, on honouring consent with horses and other animals as well as the effect of domestication on nonhuman animals and humans and Linda Bakker from Wildlife Rescue Association who speak on the displacement of bird populations as a result of the wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.

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    The Abbotsford Pig Trial with Criminally-Charged Activist Amy Soranno, and A Message for Miley Cyrus from Dr. Matthew Nagra

    The Abbotsford Pig Trial with Criminally-Charged Activist Amy Soranno, and A Message for Miley Cyrus from Dr. Matthew Nagra

    A feature interview with animal activist Amy Soranno, one of four criminally charged for exposing extreme animal cruelty last year at the Excelsior Hog Farm. And When Celebrities Quit Veganism: A Message for Miley Cyrus with Dr. Matthew Nagra.

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

imjustine ,

Look forward to every podcast!

Absolutely LOVE this podcast. You guys do a great job! Such a informing show, especially great if you live in the Vancouver area. Keep it up!
Finally a podcast about stuff I'm interested about and it's all information that's happening in my own backyard!

debralley ,

Great even if ...

You don't live in Vancouver! Fun hosts, great info, passion for animals. I want more!

604earthgirl ,

fun and educational

I love how the animals are lined up to sing before every show, never gets old. Haha, how do you manage to get those animals in the studio?...XD

If you live in Vancouver this is a must. It keeps you updated on veggie/vegan events happening around the city. But even you don't live in Van. check it out anyway! The hosts are captivating. They inspire me with interesting animal news.

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