Bill S-214, The Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, died when Parliament ended in the summer of 2019, ahead of the October federal General Election.
Every year rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, and other animals undergo painful procedures in research and testing laboratories. Their entire lives are spent in isolation — and their suffering is relieved only with death.
It’s Canada’s dirty little secret. And it’s time to change.
The European Union is the largest cosmetics market in the world. It’s also cruelty-free; cosmetic animal testing has been banned in the EU since 2013 and the cosmetics industry continues to thrive.
How You Can Help
- Add your voice! Send a message to your Member of Parliament today. If you don’t know who your MP is, visit Elections Canada or call us at 416-462-9541.
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- Donate to the movement. Without your support, we couldn’t do the work we do for the animals. Use your credit card to make a donation to Animal Alliance via Paypal by clicking the button below or by calling us at 416-462-9541.
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Points you might include in your phone call to your Member of Parliament
- Canada has an opportunity to support Cruelty-Free Cosmetics, when it comes up for a vote in the House of Commons.
- As a constituent, I urge you to support this important issue.
- Europe’s cosmetic animal testing ban has been in place for years and the EU cosmetic market continues to perform well as demonstrated by 1.3% increased growth rate in 2017.
- 2018 was the 5th anniversary of the full implementation of the European Union animal testing ban for cosmetics. The EU remains the largest market in the world for cosmetics and personal care products.
- Banning cosmetic testing in Canada will NOT impact products already on Canadian shop shelves, whether manufactured domestically or imported.
It’s time for Canada to do its part and join with other countries that have passed similar laws.
You can read about testing, how to shop cruelty-free, and the global effort to end this barbaric practice by clicking here.