Posts from ‘In Depth’ - Page 10

Filming & Fighting for the Cathedral

November 30, 2006 | 

Richard Boyce is a freelance documentary filmmaker living just outside of Parksville on Vancouver Island. After completing a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in film production, he has begun to ...

Enbridge – Government cheerleaders back a losing team

November 28, 2006 | 

Watching the Grey Cup, I couldn’t help but notice the similarities between the sideline cheerleaders and the BC and Canadian government’s efforts to wave pom-poms for oil and gas ...

The Waters of Telkwa

November 27, 2006 | 

Jim Simonelli talks about the threat to the life blood of his community. When Jim Simonelli opens his door and looks out over the Telkwa River he sees an ...

What we do

November 24, 2006 | 

What is Dogwood Initiative? Answering that question is one of the challenges we face. We don’t “sound-bite” well. When I was a volunteer I joined some lengthy discussions about ...

Overcoming Obstacles

November 22, 2006 | 

Community Forests need a level playing field to thrive Like the little engine that could, the growing community forest movement in BC is succeeding despite formidable obstacles. This summer, ...

Dieting Harper Style

November 21, 2006 | 

I’m embarrassed to say both Canada and I need to lose a few pounds. I would be healthier if I sweated off the twelve pounds I have added since ...

New transmission line equals secret subsidy for BC Liberal supporters

November 15, 2006 | 

If a major lightning storm was going to hit ground somewhere in the province of BC, you would want to know about it. Well, a major electricity transmission project ...

Don’t expect a fox to guard the henhouse

October 11, 2006 | 

While polls show Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about climate change, our governments in Ottawa and Victoria are promoting fossils fuels. Stephen Harper’s recently announced Clear Air initiative is ...

Somethin’ Happenin’ Here

October 3, 2006 | 

In the past few years there hasn’t been much good news for British Columbia’s forests or forest communities. With softwood lumber, the beetle hysteria, and forest deregulation, a handful ...

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