Animals shouldn’t suffer and die to test cosmetics or their ingredients. All cosmetics should be cruelty-free, and I support an end to animal testing for cosmetics and to the sale of new cosmetics that have been tested on animals.
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Be Cruelty-Free is the campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics in Canada. Join Humane Society International/Canada and Animal Alliance of Canada in urging the government of Canada to end cosmetics animal testing—forever.
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December 16, 2015
#BeCrueltyFree celebrity supporters Tricia Helfer, Bif Naked, Lauren Toyota and Phoebe Dykstra are applauding Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen for reintroducing the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act. The legislation would end cosmetics animal testing and the sale of newly animal tested cosmetics in Canada.
December 10, 2015
Canada took another progressive step toward ending the suffering of animals used in cosmetics testing with the introduction of the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act. Senate bill S-214 would prohibit cosmetic animal testing in Canada as well as the sale of cosmetic products or ingredients that have been newly animal tested elsewhere in the world.
June 18, 2015
Senator Stewart Olsen Launches #BeCrueltyFree Bill to Ban Cosmetics Animal Testing and Trade in Canada
Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen launched a bill to prohibit animal testing for cosmetics in Canada, as well as the sale of cosmetic products or ingredients that have been newly animal tested in other parts of the world.
March 30, 2015
Former MuchMusic VJ and Fashion Television correspondent Lauren Toyota talked about how she hopes to influence others into becoming compassionate consumers.