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The Tar Sands come to Kitimat

March 22, 2007 | 

If you travel up the Douglas Channel, the 140-kilometre fjord that joins Kitimat to the Pacific Ocean, your mind is unlikely to be on Alberta’s tar sands. Maybe you ...

A look back at our look forward – Community

March 7, 2007 | 

Each year at Dogwood Initiative we undergo a rigorous andesoteric ritual of predicting the future. Last year we made ourpredictions public for the first time, forecasting upcoming trends fordemocracy, ...

Oil addiction, Subsidies and BC's 2007 Budget

February 21, 2007 | 

“Every form ofaddiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol, morphine oridealism..”   – CarlJung (1875 – 1961) Everyone knows you can’t trustan addict. Over the last ...

A look back at our look forward – Democracy

February 20, 2007 | 

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 ...

Earthquake rocks BC Legislature

February 14, 2007 | 

Throne speech marks a tectonic shift in BC politics Scientists were premature in retracting their prediction that an earthquake would occur in BC. On February 13th, , 2007 at ...

A look back at our look forward – Forests

February 13, 2007 | 

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 ...

A look back at our look forward – First Nations

February 6, 2007 | 

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 ...

A look back at our look forward – Energy

February 2, 2007 | 

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 ...

Bait and switch

January 23, 2007 | 

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 ...

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