The Fonds étudiant pour la défense juridique des animaux (FEJDA), a group of law students from Université de Montréal, is campaigning against the use of trapping for recreational or commercial purposes. They have gathered more than 4000 signatures on a petition calling for big box stores in Quebec to stop selling leg-hold traps and have already achieved success with one major retailer, the outdoor store SAIL . The group is contemplating expanding the boycott to smaller hunting and fishing shops or bringing the petition to the Quebec National Assembly. They have not addressed how their efforts interact with constitutionally-protected harvesting rights for Indigenous peoples.