For All Animals
We are Canada’s only true multi-issue party because we are inclusive of all species. We cannot talk about any societal structure without including all affected by public policy.
For The Environment
We cannot talk about the environment without including the lives of all who live within our diverse ecosystems. This is how we will address the climate crisis.
We understand that we must empower people to hold their government accountable and to be partners with us in creating a just, equitable, and inclusive society.
“WE ARE NORTH AMERICA’S FIRST FEDERAL POLITICAL PARTY DEDICATED SOLELY TO THE PROTECTION OF ALL ANIMALS AND THE ENVIRONMENT.”
– LIZ WHITE
LEADER, ANIMAL PROTECTION PARTY OF CANADA
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“Thanks for fighting for animal protection and animal rights. I have much respect for all the dedicated people in this organization and look forward to the day we have APPC Members of Parliament. “
Sue Sargent (Alberta)
“We are always proud to support your party and are pleased to see the growing number of candidates across the country. The Animal Protection Party of Canada provides a choice for animal lovers and activists to vote for a fair and kinder future without compromising their ethics.”
Sarita, Darwin and Geoff (Montreal, QC)
“It’s such a wonderful feeling, voting for a vegan and a vegan political party … I’m happy that I’m in a position to be able to help a little bit now and then! For years I voted strategically, and some years I didn’t vote at all. With the Animal Protection Party, I feel I can fully embrace my values of peace and non-violence, and endorse people who will reflect those values in the political realm.”
Janine Bandcroft (Victoria, B.C.)
“Congratulations on all the headway that APPC’s candidates, teams, and supporters made during this past election. APPC built on the vegan movement’s momentum in a huge way. I am proud to be a member of this party and to be associated with such great people.”
Mark Reed (Victoria, B.C.)