21 or Under and Live in Canada? Here's How You Can Help Seals
Living in Canada, you have the unique opportunity to make a difference where it matters most. Check out our tips and guidance below; you can help put an immediate end to the seal slaughter taking place in your country.
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Contact Your Legislators
You can find the contact information for your local M.P. by entering your postal code here. Make sure to tell him or her that as a constituent, you want to see an immediate end to the annual seal slaughter. Click here to check out our guide for working with elected officials. You can also contact Prime Minister Harper through our action alert form here.
By setting up an information table in a busy area of your town, you can hand out literature and educate passersby on the cruel seal slaughter happening in their own back yards! We've got all the information that you'll need to get started right here, and we'll be happy to answer any questions and provide support along the way. It's up to you and your neighbors to put pressure on the Canadian government! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to get started today.
Organize a Protest
Protesting is a fun, easy, and effective way to expose the cruelty of the seal slaughter. It can be as simple as one person with a sign and an hour to spare. The more Canadians you inspire, the better the chances are for seals. You'd be surprised at how far you can get with a friendly smile and simple question like, "Would you like to learn how to help seals?" To get started, fill out this brief form.
Spread the word about the seal slaughter by ordering free leaflets that you can hand out at school or in busy areas in your community. Not only will this increase awareness about the seal slaughter, it also has the potential to recruit hundreds of other Canadians to the cause. Request leaflets and get started today!
Join the peta2 Street Team
Join the official peta2 Street Team and we'll keep you in the loop on local protests and events and all the latest ways that you can help animals. The Street Team is the place to go for updates and tips on how to become a better animal rights activist. Once you sign up and start letting us know how you're helping animals, we'll give you points that you can exchange for things like T-shirts, bracelets, and other peta2 merch. What could be better than getting free stuff while helping seals?