Made with love in beautiful B.C., the Dogwood Podcast brings you to the front lines of the biggest political battles around our province’s land, air and water. Through stories and strategy, our guests will give you the tools to make a difference in your community.
June 2018: Trans Mountain Q&A
Do you have questions about the government’s buyout of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline and tanker expansion project? We hosted a live Trans Mountain Q&A on Facebook to address Dogwood supporters’ most pressing Trans Mountain questions.
April 2018: When pipelines and tankers spill…
The B.C. government filed a reference case to the province’s highest court to prove their jurisdiction to protect local people from diluted bitumen. And they want to hear from you (yes, you!) about oil spill response.
Your hosts Lisa and Sophie are joined by two very special guests — West Coast Environmental Law’s Stephanie Hewson, and former Trans Mountain engineer Romilly Cavanaugh — to give you the information you need to submit your comment.
March 2018: The dark underbelly of B.C.
With dirty money pouring into Vancouver casinos, luxury car dealers and real estate market, Attorney General David Eby heads to Ottawa to ask for help. Meanwhile, the FBI is investigating Trump Tower Vancouver. And it turns out the worldwide Facebook data scandal got its start in B.C. Sure, we live in a beautiful province – but what lies beneath the surface?
February 2018: Pipelines and B.C. wines.
A lot happened in B.C. this past month! Between B.C.’s announcement of their new regulations and restrictions on the transport of bitumen to the wine war between Alberta and B.C., British Columbians have a lot to sort out. With the help of some expert guests, we are here to help weed through the poli-speak and media rhetoric to find out what’s actually going on.
January 2018: Oil tanker spill hits close to home for B.C.
In this first Dogwood podcast episode of 2018, we tackle the biggest but least covered story of the month: the largest oil tanker spill in a quarter century. Could a similar tragedy happen on the B.C. coast?
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All podcasts are recorded on unceded Coast Salish territory.