The recent and gruesome video of a cow being slaughtered in Milton, On which was circulated around the Islamic celebration of Eid, raised awareness of Halal slaughter practices in Canada. I wrote about it here and here and here. It is being investigated by the SPCA and the Ministry of Agriculture.
The video below provides a brief overview of Islamic Halal meat slaughter in Canada, a practice which is dictated by Sharia Law.
Update: Sept 18, 2018: Cargill Inc., the Sharia Law, Halal Meat Processing Company which also operates in Canada
Paid 1.5 Million to Muslim Workers Who Walked Off the Job Over an Islamic Prayer Dispute.
Here is further information about Cargill Inc. in Canada.
“As the largest privately held company in the United States, Minneapolis-based Cargill Inc. is one of the world’s top producers and distributors of agricultural products such as sugar, refined oil, cotton, chocolate and salt. The company was founded in 1865 by William Cargill and has remained in the family ever since.” Investopedia.com
This is Cargill’s logo in Canada, and what Cargill says about the breadth of their Sharia Law, Halal meat processing:
Cargill’s Guelph, Ontario facility is 100% Halal and produces about 1/2 of Cargill’s beef processing in Canada.
Combined, these [Sharia Law, Halal] facilities make up 55% of the beef processing market in Canada.”
This article from the U.K. is an example of the determination of Sharia Law Islamists to indoctrinate Islam into the meat processing industry regardless of: animal welfare experts protesting the inhumane treatment of the animals; and, the religious beliefs of Non-Muslims.
A list of Canadian public institutions that are serving the 97% of non-Muslim Canadians and/or those who oppose this inhumane treatment of animals, will follow. Here is what is known to date:
- Universities: The University of Toronto and The University of British Columbia Food Services are two universities (notably, two academically exceptional universities) that serve Halal chicken and/or burgers exclusively.
- Grocery stores: You have to love Costco for many reasons, but reports online indicate that it has a broad selection of Halal meat that isn’t clearly enough labelled as Halal, and people end up buying it without realizing it’s Halal.