Posts from ‘Actions’ - Page 7

Jumping into action

02.12.15 | Actions, Commentary, No Tankers, Organizer Profiles, Organizing |  Christina Smethurst

Born and raised on the west coast of B.C., Jordan Soet has spent his whole life exploring his home province. At an early age, his parents instilled in him an appreciation for the limitless opportunities the British Columbia wild has to offer – something that has stayed with him ever since. From outings at sea […]

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Esquimalt says yes to a B.C. review of Kinder Morgan

02.06.15 | Actions, Commentary, Let BC Vote, Organizer Profiles, Organizing |  Guest Writer

Guest writer Terry Dance-Bennink has been volunteering in various capacities and organizing with Dogwood since 2013. She’s also a regular editorial contributor. You can read her profound story about visiting the Alberta oil sands and about uniting various faith traditions for a successful healing walk on our blog page. What do newly retired Jane Devonshire […]

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I’ll never forget where I was when the coal decision came down

12.01.14 | Actions, Beyond Coal, Commentary |  Arie Ross

I don’t think I’ll ever forget where I was when I found out Port Metro Vancouver approved the Fraser Surrey Docks coal export expansion facility this past August. I was sitting on the Amtrak Coastal Starlight, staring out the window at the San Francisco Bay Area, contemplating what I’d occupy myself with in Los Angeles […]

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Many hands make for an award win

12.01.14 | Actions, Commentary, Strategy |  Christina Smethurst

Being recognized for an achievement with an award is a rare opportunity – one to be celebrated. It can be encouraging, humbling and flattering all wrapped into one tidy little metal statue. It’s also the perfect time to take a moment to reflect on the many people who contributed to your success, because no one […]

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We won big on election day

12.01.14 | Actions, Commentary, Election - municipal 2014 |  Kai Nagata

It’s election night, and I’m sitting in Dogwood’s Vancouver office waiting for the polls to close. There’s a newspaper in my bag with headlines that read Kirk LaPointe, pro-pipeline candidate for mayor of Vancouver, has the wind at his back. Kinder Morgan ads have been popping up on my computer screen all week. I’m nervous. […]

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It’s time we got the meaningful, democratic process we deserve

10.22.14 | Actions, Beyond Coal, Commentary, Organizing |  Lyndsey Easton

Wendy lives in North Delta. She’s been there for nearly 30 years. Wendy’s husband Ted has asthma. Ted’s father and grandfather both died of emphysema, so he’s vigilant about keeping his lungs healthy. Wendy and Ted live less than 100 meters from the train tracks. Most residents in their neighbourhood are adamantly opposed to having […]

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Tough questions for Kinder Morgan at their Twitter town hall

10.22.14 | Actions, Commentary, Let BC Vote, No Tankers |  Karl Hardin

On Oct. 14 Kinder Morgan hosted a town hall on Twitter. We asked members of our social media amplification network to help flood the Q&A with the kinds of questions the Texas-based oil company would have a hard time answering. Here’s an assortment of questions that represent the mood of the discussion, plucked from a […]

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Big waves made in a small community

09.26.14 | Actions, Commentary, Let BC Vote, No Tankers |  Christina Smethurst

To tanker or not to tanker, that is the question… that will be on a Sooke referendum this coming municipal election. In a unanimous decision made by Sooke council earlier this month, the issue of increased tanker traffic will be officially added to the ballot this November, giving voters an opportunity to put in no […]

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