Posts from ‘Organizing’

What brings me hope

December 22, 2021 | 

After 2021, it’s hard to say if we’re winning or losing. But we have a responsibility to each other to carry on the fight. My friend said the other ...

Protecting the Fraser with song, ceremony and resistance

Indigenous leaders and supporters gather in response to Trans Mountain’s plans to begin drilling under the Fraser river Cottonwood seed blew through the sky like snow and the river ...

How do we democratize a corporate resource colony?

April 23, 2021 | 

With electoral reform off the table, here are seven ways to build people power in B.C. What do you call a place where 17 per cent of the population ...

Victoria draws the line against Trans Mountain

March 30, 2021 | 

South Islanders draw a symbolic red line to say NO to the Trans Mountain pipeline and oil tanker project Guest post by Dogwood volunteer Lynn Taylor While the rest ...

The urgent battle to decarbonize B.C.

Time for emergency measures, at every level of society, to burn less oil and gas “Our government is working hard every day to build real climate action into everything ...

Families, politicians and protectors join #StopTMX day of action

Communities take a stand along the Trans Mountain pipeline route and online on Family Day Trans Mountain recently announced that it was re-starting construction after an extended shut-down. Alongside ...

Our family’s resolution? Lose the carbon.

January 8, 2021 | 

Working with neighbours made it easier to start decarbonizing our household. We’re planning to be fossil free by 2025. Join us! Guest blog by Kyla Gowenlock My name is ...

Youth applaud BCFED resolution to lower the voting age 

November 26, 2020 | 

November 26, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Youth applaud BCFED resolution to lower the voting age VANCOUVER – Democratic reform advocates are celebrating a vote by BC Federation of Labour ...

Changing the way people approach decision-making

Outgoing Dogwood Board Chair Jennie Milligan reflects on where we have come from and where we are headed next In 2006, recent law school graduate Jennie Milligan was working ...

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