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02.24.17 | Ban Big Money, Let BC Vote, Podcast, Strategy | 

Preparations are underway for the Citizens’ Initiative. Neskonlith Chief Judy Wilson, Dogwood’s Tankers campaigner Sophie Harrison, Fight HST campaigner Cheryl Baron and North Island organizer Dave Mills join Kai Nagata to chat about their parts in the plan to stop Kinder Morgan. Also, Ban Big Money campaigner Lisa Sammartino breaks down the new political donation […]

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02.21.17 | Commentary, Defend Our Farmland, Election - BC 2017 | 

Federal intervention on Massey Bridge replacement called for by local electeds denied once again, disappoints locals Maybe this is blatantly obvious given the federal approval of Texas oil giant Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion, but so much for “only communities grant permission”, Prime Minister Trudeau. Regional governments asked the federal government to conduct an Environmental Assessment […]

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02.21.17 | No Tankers, Organizing | 

More broken consultation, more disrespect for British Columbians I came to Dogwood as a volunteer in the summer of 2014. Growing up in North Vancouver, I was pretty aware of what B.C. had to offer on the nature front, but not what made it unique politically. I went on exchange to France in my third […]

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