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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August 25, 2014
Passionate animal advocate and star of Lost Girl, Emmanuelle Vaugier, is calling on Canada to ban animal testing for cosmetics and beauty products. The actress is making her plea on behalf of the Be Cruelty-Free Canada campaign, a partnership between the Animal Alliance of Canada and Humane Society International.
April 25, 2014
National Women’s Show Participants Urged to ‘Be Cruelty-Free’, Help End Cosmetics Animal Testing in Canada
Some-bunny — the seven-foot rabbit mascot of the Be Cruelty-Free Canada campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics — made an appearance at the National Women’s Show in Montréal.
March 11, 2014
Canadian makeup brand Lippy Girl joined Humane Society International’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign to end cosmetics animal testing in Canada and worldwide in March 2014.
March 13, 2013
A global effort to end cosmetics testing on animals is generating support from Ke$ha, Colbie Caillat, Michael Vartan, Daniella Alonso, Francia Raisa, Torrey DeVitto, Fiona Gubelmann and Joanna Krupa, who all are endorsing a campaign by Humane Society International/Canada and The Humane Society of the United States during the groups’ Be Cruelty Free Week.