Blow The Whistle

Blow the whistle on animal abuse in laboratories
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Stop UBC Animal Research about town

Stop UBC President in attendence and provides information package to Dalai LamaStop UBC Animal Research featured at Vancouver Health Show!The campaign to end cruel animal research at the University of British Columbia has made its presence felt in and around Vancouver:

  • from leafleting at the downtown campus of
  • UBC during Primate Liberation Week (Harvard U has recently announced
  • closure of its primate labs while UBC has expanded theirs: which begs
  • the question - What does UBC know that Harvard doesn't?)  to presenting
  • our urgent information package to the Dalai Lama at his visit to the Point
  • Grey campus; from participation at the Vancouver Health Show where huge
  • public support was shown, to raising awareness of the intensely painful &
  • horrifying burn experiments on pigs being conducted by UBC Dental Dept. -
  • our campaigns continue unabated.

Thank you to all our caring supporters!

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UBC Animal Research Numbers Show Increase in 2011

Ubyssey Online

There were 225043 animals involved in UBC research in 2011, an increase of 13439 from the 211604 involved in 2010. This is the university's second year ...

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Our Mission Statement

Stop UBC Animal Research is a community grassroots campaign that employs peaceful, legal, and compassionate approaches to educate the public about the grim realities of research on animals at the University of British Columbia and to ultimately bring about an end to research on animals at UBC.