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What happens when industries regulate themselves?

01.10.18 | Actions, Commentary, Democracy, General |  Lisa Sammartino

We have a rare opportunity to help ensure disasters like Mount Polley never happen again. Imagine this. In your small town, a company is using a local quarry as a landfill. The landfill is upstream from where your community of 12,000 people get their drinking water and you are fairly sure the water is becoming […]

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Podcast for December 2017: The year in review and the battles ahead

12.20.17 | Ban Big Money, Beyond Coal, General, No Tankers, Podcast |  Lisa Sammartino

For many British Columbians, 2017 was challenging. So why are we filled with optimism for the new year? From Kinder Morgan to U.S. thermal coal exports to democratic renewal, tune in to find out what opportunities we see for British Columbia in 2018.   Invest in Dogwood. Become a monthly donor.   Subscribe to our […]

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R.I.P. Big Money in politics: 1858-2017

11.29.17 | Ban Big Money, Democracy, General, Media |  Kai Nagata

For Immediate Release November 30, 2017 R.I.P. Big Money in Politics: 1858-2017 VICTORIA — After more than a century of unlimited donations, corporate cronyism and declining public faith in institutions, Big Money was finally banished from B.C. provincial and municipal elections today as bills 3 and 15 officially became law. “Nineteenth century reformers like Amor […]

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The creepy double meaning of ‘Sunny Ways’

11.29.17 | General, No Tankers |  Kai Nagata

No consent from communities? Too bad, says Trudeau. “Sunny ways, my friends. Sunny ways!” For most people, that line in Justin Trudeau’s victory speech two years ago heralded a return to “positive politics” after 10 years of Stephen Harper’s icy glare. It’s also a reference to tricking someone into taking their clothes off. As the […]

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Video: Kinder Morgan’s razor wired fortress

11.17.17 | Commentary, General, No Tankers |  Sophie Harrison

Image source: Twitter, @BCSeaWolves No Tankers campaigner, Sophie Harrison, with an update on Kinder Morgan’s plans to move forward with their oil tanker expansion.  Take action to protect B.C. from Kinder Morgan now by sending a letter to Premier John Horgan demanding he hold the company accountable for their illegal salmon spawning mats.

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She’s not your ‘Climate Barbie’

11.15.17 | Commentary, General, No Tankers, Organizing |  Lisa Sammartino

Do not let sexism weaken us. If we want to beat Big Oil, we need to come together. Here is a reply to one of Dogwood’s tweets from yesterday: At Dogwood we try to focus on the issues. And while we differ with some female politicians on their policies, that’s where it ends. At policies. […]

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Kinder Morgan still blocking spawning beds after warning from NEB

10.30.17 | General, Media, No Tankers |  Sophie Harrison

For immediate release Groups call on B.C. Conservation Officers to remove plastic fencing VALEMOUNT — Large mats made of orange plastic snow fencing are still blocking key salmon spawning streams along the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline route, more than a month after the National Energy Board warned the company it was breaking the law. Kinder […]

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A new chapter

10.23.17 | General, Staff profiles, Strategy |  Dogwood

An open letter from Dogwood’s Board of Directors Friends, As Will Horter moves on from Dogwood, we want our closest supporters to know how we will continue to develop and execute innovative and effective campaigns. The Executive Team has been leading campaign strategy since we transitioned to our new structure in January 2016. Dogwood is […]

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