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A look back at our look forward – Forests

02.13.07 | In Depth |  Will Horter

Each year at Dogwood Initiative we undergo a rigorous and esoteric ritual of predicting the future. Last year we made our predictions public for the first time, forecasting upcoming trends for democracy, energy, First Nations, forests and communities. This is the third bulletin in a five part series looking at our predictions concerning the challenges […]

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A look back at our look forward – First Nations

02.06.07 | In Depth |  Will Horter

Each year at Dogwood Initiative we undergo a rigorous and esoteric ritual of predicting the future. Last year we made our predictions public for the first time, forecasting upcoming trends for democracy, energy, First Nations, forests and communities. This is the second bulletin in a five part series looking at our predictions concerning the challenges […]

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A look back at our look forward – Energy

02.02.07 | In Depth |  Will Horter

Evaluating our 2006 predictions. As we usher in the New Year at Dogwood Initiative we begin a rigorous and esoteric ritual of predicting the events of the year to come. After drinking copious quantities of tea (which I don’t like), consulting the astrological charts (or at least the daily papers) and gazing for hours into […]

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Bait and switch

01.23.07 | In Depth |  admin

Dirty dealings on the coalbed methane fields of Telkwa For a brief moment the community of Telkwa thought it had reason to celebrate. In the face of rising opposition from the community Outrider Energy, a Calgary-based energy company, announced that it was withdrawing from its plans to develop coalbed methane in the Bulkley Valley. The […]

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Who is the real Terminator

01.09.07 | In Depth |  admin

Will Stephen Harper follow Arnold Schwarzenegger’s lead and transform himself from a Terminator whose actions threaten the world’s future to one that works to save it? As Schwarzenegger’s roles have progressed from T1 to T2 to Governor of California, we’ve seen him change from a mechanized assassin to humanities protector, and now, to one of […]

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Telkwa on the front line

12.11.06 | In Depth |  admin

The new front line for coalbed methane in British Columbia is the quiet village of Telkwa, located in the Bulkley Valley just south of Smithers. There, the BC government and Outrider Energy, an upstart Calgary company, have clashed with a concerned residents group over a proposed coalbed methane field just outside the Village limits. “When […]

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Filming & Fighting for the Cathedral

11.30.06 | In Depth |  admin

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 use film as a tool to create social, political, and environmental change. He has worked on numerous projects dedicated to protecting the last pristine rainforests on […]

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Enbridge – Government cheerleaders back a losing team

11.28.06 | In Depth |  admin

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 corporations. Like scantily clad pom-pom girls braving the cold with smiles chiseled into their faces, our elected governments continued cheerleading of massive fossil fuel projects is […]

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