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Shell renews threat to Stikine, Skeena Sacred Headwaters

January 16, 2006 | 

It looks like the Tahltan’s ongoing battle to protect theSacred Headwaters of the Stikine, Skeena and Nass watersheds is about to heat up again. Despite ongoing Tahltan opposition to ...

Community Hero: Merve Wilkinson

January 11, 2006 | 

An interview by Heather Rock (Dogwood Initiative volunteer) on November 15, 2005 with Merve Wilkinson, the 92 year old formermanager of Wildwood, a sustainably managed forest on Vancouver Island. ...

Information is power

January 5, 2006 | 

The world can change because information becomes public. Watergate and the current sponsorship scandal highlight how previously secretinformation can bring down governments.    Reporters and activists rely on information. ...

The grinch on softwood, NAFTA and energy

December 23, 2005 | 

Doest my ears deceive me? Are thoseRudolf’s paws prancing on my roof top already? Ahh no, my mistake, that was thesound of a federal party leaders’ jets touching down. ...

Are the federal Liberals secretly undermining the offshore moratorium?

December 21, 2005 | 

NDP leader Jack Layton is now the second federal politicianto publicly support maintaining the moratorium on offshore oil and gas.Retiring Liberal MP David Anderson was the first. Federal NDP ...

Softwood—Myths, lies and empty threats in election 2006

December 20, 2005 | 

As the federal election heats up,Paul Martin, Stephen Harper and Jack Layton have all been talking tough aboutsoftwood lumber. The rhetoric is thick, but more reminiscent of a fairy ...

Site C – The Dam of Self Sufficiency?

December 15, 2005 | 

Rumours about a revamped Site C proposal seem like a deja-vu. BC Hydro is once again trying to pave the pathway for the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam up ...

BC Hero – Hupacasath Chief Judith Sayers

December 14, 2005 | 

Interview with Judith Sayers Judith is the elected Chief of Hupacasath First Nations. As elected Chief, she oversees allbusiness, governance, administration and financial issues along with theelected council. The ...

The Hupacasath decision, privatization and Brascan’s big mistake

December 12, 2005 | 

The story of the dispute about lands near Port Alberni goes like this… Onceupon a time, in a place very near, the kings representative gives some land to arailroad ...

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