International Fund for Animal Welfare

International Fund for Animal Welfare

March 12, 2009 12:00 ET

Media Advisory/IFAW: Rally to End Canada's Commercial Seal Hunt

March 14, 2009 2:00pm EST

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 12, 2009) -



WHAT: Come see "The Harper Seals" Band at a rally to show opposition to
Canada's commercial seal hunt. Nineteen regional, national and
international animal welfare and conservation NGOs are supporting
this event as part of a campaign in ten cities across Canada. This
event will be occurring in conjunction with dozens of global
events on the International Day of Action against the Seal Hunt.
Kimberly Carroll, television host and producer, will be
presenting.

For more information and locations, visit www.ifaw.ca.

WHERE: Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto, ON

WHEN: 2 pm EST, March 14, 2009


Kimberly Carroll has been a media personality on W Network, CBC Television and Radio, and CTV to name a few. As an activist, Kimberly is passionate about human rights, Canadian politics, and environmental issues, but is most devoted to animal protection with a focus on factory farming and the Canadian commercial seal hunt.

The Harper Seals Band was formed to raise awareness of Canada's commercial seal hunt through their music. The singing 'seals' (including one that resembles Stephen Harper!) perform tunes such as Do you really want to hurt me and Don't be Cruel. The band wants to raise the profile of the issue and encourage their fans to write to Prime Minister Stephen Harper about ending the commercial seal hunt.

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