On March 2nd Ryerson University will host it's annual fur protest on campus! Join students and community members as we speak up for victims of the fur industry. Often, people admit to being unaware of the material they are wearing. Our aim is to educate those who consider wearing animals to be a fashion
statement. Many also feel wearing animals to be a necesity in combating cold weather. Let's engage campus life and be the voice of animals by spreading the realities of the torturous fur industry.
We will gather in front of the Lake Devo skating rink on Gould Street. Gould Street is Ryerson’s permanent pedestrian road located in between Yonge st. and Church.
Animals most commonly used for fur:
Exposing myths on fur trapping:
Canada Goose’s fur policy:
Information about fur factory farms: