- Our Work
On September 14, PATHS’ Director of Research and Communications, Crystal Giesbrecht, delivered a webinar titled Intimate Partner Violence and Animal Ownership: Experiences of Survivors and Service Providers as part of the Saskatchewan SPCA’s Working to End Violence Speaker Series. In this webinar, Crystal shares results of research conducted in Saskatchewan with victims/survivors of intimate partner violence who own pets and farm animals, animal welfare professionals, and human service professionals.
Click on the photo below to view the recording on Facebook. Click here to read a newsletter article about this research in the Saskatchewan SPCA’s Humanitarian.
"More than one in three people accused of intimate-partner homicide demonstrated at least one warning sign prior to the killing, according to a CBC News investigation." https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/warning-signs-intimate-partner-homicide-1.6269761