Farm Sanctuaries In Canada Map

Google Map Of Canadian Farm Sanctuaries

For privacy and safety reasons, the locations shown on this map are not exact. Please contact sanctuaries directly for visitor information.


This is to indicate farm sanctuaries whose founder(s) and/or operator(s) identify as vegan. | LEARN MORE


This is to indicate farm sanctuaries who have taken the Vegan Sanctuary Pledge. | LEARN MORE


This is to indicate farm sanctuaries who have gotten certified through the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS). | LEARN MORE

PLEASE NOTE | Being a non-vegan or vegan operated sanctuary, or taking the vegan sanctuary pledge does not guarantee that sanctuaries are necessarily following best practices with regards to animal care and operations. For this, P.E.A.C.E. actively encourages farm sanctuaries to voluntarily take the GFAS Certification. To learn more please click the above link or watch the YouTube Video – GFAS: Helping You Help Animals: Accreditation Explained


There can be confusion between what it means if an organization is a registered non-profit vs. charity, and what that entails. | LEARN MORE

Any group or individual can state that they operate “not for profit”, but that does not necessarily mean they are a non-profit organization. Incorporating as a non-profit is a specific legal process that carries reporting, accounting, governance, and accountability requirements. | LEARN MORE

In Canada, only a registered charity can issue tax receipts.

DISCLAIMER | P.E.A.C.E. has provided this list as a service to the public. We do not necessarily work directly with all of the sanctuaries listed here and their inclusion in this list does not constitute an endorsement. Some of the information in this website has been provided by external sources. P.E.A.C.E. is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability or currency of the information provided by external sources. Users should please consult directly with the external source of the information.