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Into the climate crisis: a British Columbia journey

While families wait for salmon, floods wash out roads – and a year-old fire smoulders B.C. Day is a chance to count our blessings. So far this summer we ...

Meet Murray Edwards the luckiest billionaire in Canada

Murray Edwards is having a very good week, thanks to your tax dollars What do the Calgary Flames hockey team, the Mount Polley mine and the Trans Mountain oil ...

The rise of the petro-nationalists

Photo credit: Andrew Forget How long will Canadians sit back and take what the “War Room” is dishing? Over the last couple of years, the tension over how to ...

Canadians warn Trudeau against building Trans Mountain with public money

For immediate release BURNABY — Dogwood volunteers are hitting the streets in key B.C. communities to show Prime Minister Justin Trudeau he is out of touch with the voters ...

Don’t let the doorknob hit you, coal!

June 3, 2019 | 

After years of struggle, the door has finally closed on a controversial U.S. thermal coal port on the Fraser River (Photo courtesy of Eoghan Moriarty) Six years ago, Dogwood ...

Dogwood asked, British Columbians answered

May 28, 2019 | 

According to thousands of British Columbians, youth activism and Indigenous rights are in, oil companies and Justin Trudeau are out It’s been four years since the first Dogwood supporter ...

Red Chamber could block a Green New Deal

Canada’s Senate is unelected, unaccountable – and easily swayed by Big Oil Unelected senators in Ottawa are poised to open B.C.’s North Coast to supertankers full of diluted bitumen. ...

One big step for democracy

Premier Horgan has announced a public inquiry. But it was British Columbians who sounded the alarm until he had no choice. There I stood, face-to-face with the beast. Do ...

Podcast for May 2019: The Pact for a Green New Deal in Canada

May 10, 2019 | 

This week a coalition of Canadians from all walks of life including labour unions, environmental organizations, Indigenous groups, scientists, and artists came together to launch the Pact for a ...

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