Originally published in June of 2017 this video and article are worthy of reposting.

Since that time not much has changed. Horses are still being inhumanely shipped from Canada to Japan for slaughter, and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency is still breaking international shipping regulations.

However the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition has since sued the Canadian government (CFIA) and lost BUT we are appealing. YOU can help CHDC win this case. Scroll down for details.

From the article:

“At least twice a year, horses from Manitoba are loaded onto a plane in Winnipeg and sent halfway across the world for slaughter.

In Japan horse meat is eaten in the form of sashimi, in thin slices dipped in soy sauce. In countries like Kazakhstan and Switzerland it’s served as steak and sausage.

In 2016, more than 300 horses were shipped from Winnipeg to Japan, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). Japan is one of the biggest horse meat importers, according to the CFIA.”