Could controversial investor rights provisions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership help push pipelines through our province?
Climate test, revised process should apply to thermal coal export proposals, too.
North Shore NOPE’s Chloe Hartley takes us inside the empty ballroom where the NEB is deciding our future
Beijing sees “rare historical opportunity” to access Canadian resources
Meet the folks battling for B.C.’s energy future
There are so many things to remember about Paris, but a handful of moments during my two weeks as a member of “civil society” at COP21 are etched in my mind.
This is another nail in the coffin for not one, but two West Coast oil tanker proposals Big Oil has planned for our province.
The Zombie Harper Government equals the same industry insiders and Conservative donors leading the same flawed process; a regulator not only captured by industry, but given its marching orders by a dead government from beyond the grave.
The ultimate test is whether these changes streamline and improve our ability to find, invest in and honour our tribe. I’m betting they do, and if I’m right nothing can stop us.
Dogwood runs its winningest GOTV campaign ever. Some nerdy findings.
Canadians value proportionality, but also local accountability.
After years of pitched battles with a Scrooge-like government that said ”humbug” to anyone trying to practice basic democracy, we’re finally getting a bit of good cheer from Ottawa.
Turning ideas to action: snapshots from Dogwood's successful north island election campaign.
The tone of organizer meetings with newly elected MPs is anything but adversarial. In fact, it’s downright positive.
I got emotional when I heard that only 10 days after becoming prime minister, Justin Trudeau ordered his ministers to "formalize the moratorium" on crude oil tanker traffic through B.C.’s north coast.
Monday was a big day for the Dogwood Initiative coal team. Hon. Carla Qualtrough sat down with us and committed to asking Minister of Environment Catherine McKenna to put a hold on the Fraser Surrey Docks coal transshipment proposal until the environmental assessment process can be overhauled!
Everyone loves a good partnership, but like a marriage, partnerships are notoriously difficult to manage. So how was our election partnership with the BCSEA so successful? Here are a few ingredients.
We’re entering a new era of opportunity to find comprehensive, long-term solutions that will permanently transition B.C. away from fossil fuel exports and bring decision-making power back to local communities.
Electoral reform advocates risk sparking a partisan proxy war.
Nowhere was the Conservative collapse more dramatic than in British Columbia.