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Farewell, Burnaby office!

June 18, 2018 | 

We moved out of our home above the carwash, and into a new community space downtown After three years in our office at 6123 Hastings, at the back of ...

Six reasons Kinder Morgan’s pipeline won’t be built

April 25, 2018 | 

Six reasons Dogwood’s director of community organizing is feeling hopeful about beating Kinder Morgan My sons and I pass the Kinder Morgan tank farm on our way to school ...

If I had eight billion dollars

April 16, 2018 | 

The Trudeau government won’t rule out full public financing for the Trans Mountain pipeline. What else could Canada buy? The news shocked conservatives and oil tanker opponents alike: Ottawa ...

Dogwood’s newest board members

March 29, 2018 | 

Please join us in welcoming Shiraz Dindar, Jess Housty and Kimberly Shearon! Spring has arrived at Dogwood, along with some very special volunteers. Please extend a warm welcome to ...

A wall of opposition rises

February 21, 2018 | 

Photo credit: Dan Pauls   Welcome to the battle for B.C. There’s an old saying about the relationship between B.C. and Canada that goes like this: Victoria is 3,500 ...

Supporter survey – the results are in!

February 14, 2018 | 

Here’s what thousands of British Columbians had to say. In January 2018, Dogwood sent an e-mail to our folks asking for thoughts, concerns and insights around the future of ...

What happens when industries regulate themselves?

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 ...

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

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, ...

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

November 29, 2017 | 

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 ...

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