Save Seals by Boycotting Canadian Maple Syrup

Save Seals by Boycotting Canadian Maple Syrup

    1. Love Animals
    2. Petition by

      Love Animals

      Atlanta, GA

Despite international outrage, the Canadian government allows sealers to beat and skin hundreds of thousands of baby seals every year for a product that no one needs.



This year's seal massacre is coming to a close, but PETA's campaign to end the bloodbath once and for all is just beginning, and we need your help to keep the pressure on Canada.



You can help end the seal slaughter by boycotting a product that is vital to the country's economy: Canadian maple syrup!




Canada produces approximately 85 percent of the world's maple syrup, and the U.S. is its largest customer. By pledging to boycott Canadian maple syrup, you'll be speaking up for baby seals-for whom life isn't so sweet-and telling Canada that you won't buy or use its product until it stops the seal slaughter. 


Please help save the seals by pledging to boycott Canadian maple syrup today and asking all your friends and family members to do the same. We'll send a copy of your pledge directly to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Canada's Minister of International Trade Stockwell Day so they can't ignore the international outrage over the Canadian seal slaughter.


Keep fighting with us to end this slaughter-the largest and cruelest massacre of marine mammals on Earth-and visit their blog, The PETA Files, to stay up to date on their Canadian maple syrup campaign and to find more ways to stop the seal slaughter for good.


Thank you!


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    • myraida diaz SAN JUAN
      • over 3 years ago

      I use syrup from Maine and it is

      absolutely delicious.SPECIAL! - NO NEED PRODUCTS FROM CRUELTY TOLERANT COUNTRIES LIKE CANADA.

      Vacations? I will go to Austin.Want to visit "AUSTIN PETS ALIVE! "Good num of lives saved until now but on Feb,KILLING FREE!

      Worth visit & donations.Such a good work!

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    • Terrie C. Williams VIDOR, TX
      • almost 5 years ago

      I have been boycotting anything/everything Canadian for the past 5 years. Been writing their gov't as well. Sooner or later, they will get the message. Hit them where it counts (to them)--their profit margins. They understand that. Always check for the 'made in' or 'product of' listing on EVERYTHING. If it doesn't have one--don't buy it--just for good measure (some countries are sneaky that way, including our own).

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    • Melissa Buchanan KINGSPORT, TN
      • almost 5 years ago

      Don't stop at syrup. Boycott all Canadian products!!

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    • Bruce Combs WILLIAMSBURG, VA
      • almost 5 years ago

      Don't stop with maple syrup, either!!! Boycott every product that you know comes from Canada.  If you will, please email and/or better yet jot a note on paper and post it saying you are boycotting every Canadian product -- if you know some, name them, followed by "and any others I find!"  Tell them that you are telling all your friends and relatives!  And do that, too! 

      Send here:  Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Canada's Minister of International Trade Stockwell Day so they can't ignore the international outrage over the Canadian seal slaughter.

       From time to time I send them a letter to this effect:  My family and I have enjoyed vacationing yearly in your beautiful country, but since we learned of the cruel slaughter of young seals -- even skinning them alive! -- we will not visit Canada nor purchase any of their products till we are assured that the murderous inhumane killing difinitely has been ended!  What's more, we are urging our family and many friends and colleagues to do the same.  Sincerely

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    • Love Animals ATLANTA, GA
      • over 5 years ago

      Thanks so much to all of you for the support!

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