Cruising the highway to hell, toxic tailings lakes and spiking cancer rates: one woman's testimony to what she learned on her trip to see the source of the threat – the Athabasca oil sands.
On Nov. 5 2013, Dogwood Initiative hosted a telephone town hall offering people the opportunity to hear updates from campaign directors as well as ask questions in a radio show style format.
While Russell Brand shouts at cameras and vinegary BBC hosts, Chris Naismith is humbly, quietly building a different system.
People living in China are trying to deal with severe air pollution problems, so the last thing we need to do is to ship more coal from the U.S.
While the B.C. government stressed the need for effective oil spill response in their written rejection of Enbridge's plan, Premier Christy Clark has stuck to the phrase "world-leading" in recent comments.
For salmon biologists Jennifer and Joel Harding, it was a natural idea to ask that wedding guests deviate from traditional gifting.
Lost in news reports of the Gwaii Haanas national park 20-year-anniversary was the real story of a nation that fought to uphold its own laws leading to a first-time dual designation land agreement.
Premier Christy Clark often seems like she could go either way on heavy oil pipeline and tanker proposals to B.C.'s coast, but her government's final argument to the Enbridge joint review panel contains six points that suggest she's closing the door and moving on to less risky ideas for economic development.
We catch up with Alain and Ariel, Dogwood's summer canvassers, to find out where they're from, what motivates them and what they've been up to.
The anti-Enbridge billboard in Burns Lake that spawned a bylaw infraction notice after complaints of it being “offensive” will stay put after the Village Council voted Tuesday night (Aug. 20) to permit the sign to remain on Gwyn’s Greengrocer.
Taking tips from the organizing model that led Obama to two presidential victories, Dogwood staff and team leaders embark on a leadership journey and prepare for a No Tankers worst-case scenario.
Here we answer your top coal export questions and let you know what you can do to help stop B.C. from becoming the largest exporter of toxic coal in North America.
Do you find this billboard offensive? We get the whole story from the Burns Lake woman who posted an anti-Enbridge sign on the side of her grocery store and, three days later, was served with a bylaw notice.
Mother of two and political organizer Laura Benson shares the action-packed story of her first month as Dogwood's new coal campaigner: the highs, the lows and the campaign's first mini victory.
Canadian author and artist Franke James's first-hand account of the federal government's successful attempt to block her international art show as well as her disturbing findings on what went on behind the scenes.
No Tankers team leader extraordinaire Nicola Marshall shares her motivation and experience in stepping outside of her comfort zone to organize in North Van during the 2013 B.C. election.
Saying 'No' to Enbridge was good politics, but it's true: Ottawa could still try pushing through an approval, which would entail backroom negotiations. After the HST backlash, that would be political suicide.
Ever get a thank you call from a Dogwood volunteer and thought you were suddenly live on a radio show? That would be retired military pilot Lloyd Skaalen working the donation appreciation line like a pro.
Some have said if the NDP 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.