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· Secure a progressive and exciting future for our capital city that renowned for.
So, say ‘Yes!’ to an exciting new Scarborough and to a vibrant future for our state capital!Read more
Created Dec 10, 2017
Petition to National Hockey League, International Olympic Committee, Association of International Olympic Winter Sports Federations
I love the sight of the beautiful fireworks but the incredibly loud bangs scare most dogs to distraction, upset farm animals and scare horses. I think if we could move forward and still have the beautiful but silent fireworks New Years Eve and Bonfire week ! Could be transformed foe millions of animals and owners.Read more
Canadian Women’s Hockey is an exciting sport that is on par with Men’s Canadian Hockey. The U18 are perennial rivals. Despite the exciting game, the Canadian sport channels did not broadcast anyRead more
Many of us are loyal Aldi shoppers who appreciate the grocery chain’s quality, low-priced foods, commitment to sustainability, and desire to serve its customers in meaningful ways. That’s why it is especially disheartening to learn that unlike almost every other major grocer in the U.S., Aldi still has not committed to stopping its pork suppliers from locking up mother pigs in tiny “gestation crates” for virtually their entire life.
Please sign our petition. Urge Aldi to take the responsible road like so many other retailers and commit to a 100% gestation crate free supply chain by 2022.
Gestation crates are widely recognized as cruel and inhumane. They confine a mother pig throughout her 4-month pregnancy in a space so tiny it’s roughly the same size as her body, so narrow she can’t even turn around. The mother pig is subsequently transferred into another crate to give birth, re-impregnated, and then put back into a gestation crate. This inhumane cycle repeats, pregnancy after pregnancy, for virtually their entire lives, adding up to years of immobilization.
Almost every leading company in the food industry has listened to public opinion and committed to a timeline to phase out purchasing from operators using gestation crates —from restaurants like McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s, Cracker Barrel, and Quiznos to other cost-conscious retailers such as Target, Costco, Trader Joe’s, and Kroger. As one of the largest grocers in the U.S., it is time for Aldi to do the same and acknowledge that animals ought to be allowed to move.
Aldi says it cares about what its customers want. Please sign and share this petition and let Aldi know that you care about the animal welfare practices of their pork suppliers. Ask them to commit to phasing out the use of gestation crates for a mother pig’s entire pregnancy from its supply chain within a specified timeframe.Read more
Crate Free IllinoisIllinois, United States
Created Jun 16, 2019
Petition to Town of Fishkill Supervisor, Town of Fishkill Trustees, Town of Fishkill Planning Board Members
Windsurfing is once again in danger of being removed from the Olympic Games. Currently, a committee in World Sailing has placed the RS:X class under review. This means windsurfing is again in competition with kiteboarding as an Olympic event.
The voting process has begun this month, January 2018. We need your support and energy to be sure there is an Olympic future for our sport! Sign here if you support windsurfing as an Olympic class, and be sure to contact your sailing federation, the World Sailing Olympic Events Committee, and the World Sailing Council, all of whom have a vote in this matter, and may not come from a position of understanding what a great sport windsurfing is! (Emails below).
World Sailing Council
Mohamed Atbi (ALG): firstname.lastname@example.org
Cary Lee Byerley (ANT): email@example.com
Pablo Masseroni (ARG): firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Kenny (AUS): Sarah.Kenny@hsf.com
Torben Grael (BRA): email@example.com
Kamen Fillyov (BUL): firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Hall (CAN): email@example.com
Quanhai Li (CHN): firstname.lastname@example.org
John Tierney (COK): email@example.com
Totos Theodossiou (CYP): firstname.lastname@example.org
Hans Natrop (DEN): email@example.com
Kim Andersen (DEN): firstname.lastname@example.org
Hector Duval (DOM): email@example.com
Jean-Luc Denecheau (FRA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Dick Batt (GBR): email@example.com
Goetz-Ulf Jungmichel (GER): firstname.lastname@example.org
Nadine Stegenwalner (GER): Nadine.email@example.com
Warwick Downes (HKG): firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgy Wossala (HUN): email@example.com
Marcus Spillane (IRL): firstname.lastname@example.org
Ulfur Hrobjartsson (ISL): email@example.com
Walter Cavallucci (ITA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Takao Otani (JPN): email@example.com
Jan Dawson (NZL): firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomasz Chamera (POL): email@example.com
Philip Baum (RSA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Oleg Ilyin (RUS): email@example.com
Sheikh Khaled Zayed S Alnehayan (UAE): firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Perry (URU): email@example.com
Cory Sertl (USA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Bodie (USA): email@example.com
Gary Jobson (USA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Yann Rocherieux (FRA Athletes Committee): email@example.com
Markus Schwendtner (GER Classes’ Representative): firstname.lastname@example.org
Olympic Events Committee
Sarah Kenny (AUS): Sarah.Kenny@hsf.comGuillaume Chiellino (FRA): email@example.com David Abercrombie (NZL): firstname.lastname@example.orgOzlem Akdurak (TUR): email@example.comPhilip Baum (RSA): firstname.lastname@example.orgGary Bodie (USA): email@example.comJohn Derbyshire (GBR): firstname.lastname@example.orgPolina Golovina (BLR): email@example.comFiona Kidd (CAN): firstname.lastname@example.orgFerran Muniesa (ESP): email@example.comTakao Otani (JPN): firstname.lastname@example.orgStefan Rahm (SWE): email@example.comBen Remocker (CAN): firstname.lastname@example.orgRiccardo Simoneschi (ITA): email@example.comSofia Tedin (ARG): firstname.lastname@example.orgChangCheng Zhou (CHN): email@example.comSofia Bekatorou (GRE): firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
Olympic WindsurfingBrest, MD, France
Created Jan 8, 2018
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