LIFE IS SHORT, STEAL A WALRUS.

Learn more about Phil Demers, and how to support his fight against MarineLand.

FUNDRAISER BY      PHIL DEMERS

The Official gofundme page

"In 2012, the Toronto Star investigated Marineland Canada, speaking with many former employees who revealed a wide array of animal neglect, abuse and cruelty at North America's now infamous zoo. Most spoke on the condition of anonimity for fear of legal reprisal, however some bravely elected to reveal their identities. Shortly thereafter, Marineland launched a series of legal assaults and intimidation tactics - threatening and suing media and whistleblowers alike in an attempt to silence the truth.

Philip Demers, former head trainer of Marineland's stadium show revealed details of water quality issues, short staffing and several incidents of animal neglect/cruelty. The deteriorating health of Smooshi the walrus inspired his decision to speak. He is being sued for "plotting to steal a walrus ", a spurious claim to say the least."

 

Podcast Appearances

 
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THE DOCUMENTARY

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Life is short, Steal a Walrus T-Shirt.

100% of profits are donated directly to Phils fundraiser. This shirt is sold on Redbubble and can be purchased by following the link below. 

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Save Smooshi T-Shirt.

100% of profits are donated directly to Phils fundraiser. This shirt is sold on Redbubble and can be purchased by following the link below.