Ag-gag Marineland

First Light Productions

Former Marineland of Canada animal trainer Phil Demers worked at Marineland Ontario for 12 years.

    He was one of eight initial whistleblowers—since grown in number to 15—who told the Toronto Star newspaper last August that poor water conditions at the park had caused blindness and other health problems among seals, sea lions and dolphins.

    After speaking out, Demers and fellow-trainer Christine Santos were sued by Marineland owner John Holer for $1.5 million for voicing their concerns for the animals’ well-being.

    In a recent interview Demers describes conditions at Marineland that are essentially torturing the park’s animals.

    To follow the story and contribute to the cause of Devers and the other whistlblowers, go to the indiegogo/marinelandsite, and follow him on twitter @walruswhisperer.

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