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Pipeline supporters plan rally to “reclaim” Indigenous land

07.21.20 | Climate, News | 

Business owners, local politicians want Secwépemc houses removed Angry residents of Blue River, B.C. are calling for a “rally to reclaim the North Thompson Valley” on Saturday, as Secwépemc land defenders refuse to leave a piece of land where Trans Mountain plans to build a 500-worker camp. Rally organizers sent a release to media saying […]

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Opinion: More IPPs are not the energy solution B.C. needs

07.17.20 | Op-Ed | 

Yes to Indigenous and community-owned power projects, but ending windfall profits by Independent Power Producers is legit   Guest post by John Calvert and Seth Klein. Bill 17 has sparked a debate about who should control and benefit from electricity production in B.C. Here at Dogwood we’re fans of vigorous debate, so today’s guest blog […]

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The world has changed. Why is Canada still in the pipeline business?

07.15.20 | Climate, News, No Tankers | 

Trans Mountain is the wrong line in the sand Last week, three separate oil and gas pipelines were killed in the U.S., starting with the Supreme Court putting the brakes on Keystone XL to protect waterways. Investors saw the writing on the wall and pulled out of the Atlantic Coast gas pipeline. And in a […]

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