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After writing so much about animals, like my superpost(http://newsactivist.com/node/1472) about animal rights that discuss this debate in different perspectives, and also inspired by Peter Singe’s utilitarian point of view on animal rights & animal testing(http://newsactivist.com/content/peter-singer-utilitarian-philosopher-yal...).

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What is your volunteer work?-       My volunteer work is in the cleaning team in Animal Rescue Network, taking care of sick cats, cleaning their cages and changing foods & water.What is your multimedia part of the post?-       Prezi, Sadly I cannot provide any pictures of the organization because of their policy. But I will try to use Prezi to share people my experience in an interesting way.What news is your work and multimedia related to? (Title, author, source, date of publication)

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David Suzuki was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on March 24, 1936. His parents immigrated to Canada from Hiroshima at the beginning of the 20thcentury.  David Suzuki and his family were put in an internment camp during World War II. One of his siblings was born during their stay at the camp.  After the war, many Japanese families were force to move to Eastern Canada.  The Suzuki’s moved to London, Ontario. He went to Elementary school and High school in Ontario, but went to Amherst College in Massachusetts. He graduated from there with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, in 1958.

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Tensions between francophones and anglophones have shaped Canada's history and culture. Since the election of the Parti Quebecois, which promotes Quebec's separation from Canada, these tensions have resurfaced and language issues are at the core of the issue. The PQ's campaign, which heavily relied on Quebec's 'identity' and the protection of French has triggered the underlying hostility between francophones and anglophones.

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Animal mistreatment is somewhat of a subjective topic as situations that justify putting a human's well-being before that of an animal remain unclear and vary from person to person.  When it comes to puppy mills, the cruelty endured by the animals has the sole purpose of reducing the owner's expenses. Is this enough to justify the cruel way we are treating the animals found in these mills? In the articles "Curbing the Puppy Trade",  "Animals, Ethics and Public Policy" and "No pups for sale?

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Animal testing is one of the most debatable topics in many areas, including legislation, ethic, science and environmental study. Most of the time when people think about animal testing, they think of animal abuse, and will have the bias of animal testing is morally unacceptable.

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