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How lucky we are in B.C.

I fought to stop Trump in Pennsylvania. I never want to feel that way again. “Why is a Canadian taking her vacation to go down to work on Hillary ...

B.C. Election: Update 4

Despite strong showings by John Horgan and Andrew Weaver in the election debate, Christy Clark’s Liberals are climbing in the polls. Can our get out the vote volunteers turn ...

B.C. Election: Update 3

As things heat up on the campaign trail before Wednesday’s debate we’re working to get candidates’ on the record at VoteBC.ca and  preparing to get people to the polls ...

B.C. Election: Update 2

Week two of the B.C. provincial election. Volunteers are signing up to help get out the vote and Charles & Christina take a tour of Burnaby and find pipelines ...

B.C. Election: Update 1

With the B.C. election officially underway Charles & Christina talk about which issues they expect to dominate the airways in the next four weeks and Dogwood’s strategy to get ...

Why does dirty U.S. coal get a free ride through B.C.?

Americans reject terminals, so Montana’s coal heads to Asia through the Lower Mainland. Posted previously in the Tyee. If you’ve ever been to the ferry terminal in Tsawwassen, you’ve ...

Podcast for March 2017: Dirty donations, dirty coal

Kai Nagata digs deeper into B.C.’s growing donation scandal, exploring the relationship between Christy Clark’s donors and her decisions, with help from Lisa Sammartino and Sophie Harrison. Arie Ross ...

Meet Mike Soron

An amazing addition to an amazing team. Welcome, Mike! “If you’re not doing lots of work with us already, man, you’re missing out.” www.DogwoodBC.ca/volunteer Video editing: Rayne Banu

Stronger than Hope

Why I waddled off Spanish Bank for the #KMchallenge I, like most millennials, spend far far too much time staring at my laptop. It is my portal for much ...

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