Some have said if the NDP had received all the Green Party votes they would have formed government, which is like saying if there was no Michael Ignatieff or federal Liberal party, The NDP would govern Canada.
While the results of the 2013 B.C. election may be upsetting to many, we've always known Enbridge and Kinder Morgan would be stopped by the people of British Columbia. That's always been the ultimate plan.
In less than 24 hours the Dogwood community came together and donated enough money to buy up every last radio spot on Vancouver radio station CKNW.
While other party leaders have been clear about what their parties would do on this issue if elected, B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark has not been. The unanswered question is: what would a Clark government say?
Dogwood Initiative runs a non-partisan election model. Campaign Director Eric Swanson answers some common questions about how it all works and in particular, about the May B.C. election
It’s not only your vote that has power; your words have power, too. What you say to your candidates and to your friends and family before May 14th will help shape the agenda for our next government.
Long story short: The B.C. Liberals are the only party that hasn’t taken a position one way or the other.
NDP leader Adrian Dix clarifies the party's stance on south coast oil tankers following comments by Juan de Fuca candidate John Horgan.
While both the federal and provincial NDP had strong positions against Enbridge’s oil tanker-pipeline proposal, until the Earth Day they were less clear about Kinder Morgan’s plan to twin their oilsands pipeline to Burnaby and increase by six-fold the number of oil tankers transiting Vancouver’s harbour. Not anymore!
The May 14th provincial election is going to be a critical moment for the No Tankers network, so where do the parties stand? Find out in this blog, plus learn more about Dogwood's election philosophy of being firm, but fair.
Nominated for what is described as "the Nobel of sustainability," communications director Emma Gilchrist discusses why Dogwood received the nod, our unique approach and the successes that have put our growing network of determined individuals on the map.
Prince Rupert's answer to Enbridge. More than just a cookbook, The Salmon Recipes gave life to a heartfelt community experience as it describes life and culture on the north coast through stories, photography and poetry.
This could be a “dumb win” for the port if we organize and make it a “smart loss” for us.
Knowing the Joint Review Panel's decision can be federally overruled, when Terry Dance-Bennink came face-to-face with the panel and Enbridge earlier this month, she told them she'll be getting active in politics this spring for the first time in decades.
With community hearings into Enbridge's oil tanker and pipeline proposal complete, the focus shifts back to politics. With the federal government changing the law mid-process, this is going to be a political decision whether we like it or not — now it's just a matter of whether British Columbians allow Ottawa to make the decision for us or if we elect a B.C. government on May 14 that will stand up for our coast.
253 presenters at the Victoria Enbridge hearings came from all walks of life and yet had one thing in common: a belief that the Enbridge's oil tanker and pipeline proposal has no place in B.C.
Eco-activists, women and singers - the ladies of the Sacred Web singing circle and Widening Embrace Society sing for themselves and the Earth.
Eighty volunteers, four buses, two Victoria ridings and over 400 face-face conversations with voters during Victoria's Knock the Vote event.
Dogwood is covering the Enbridge Joint Review Panel hearings in Victoria, Vancouver and Kelowna.