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“Any politician pushing more oil tankers on the B.C. coast will lose my vote."

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Yes! I want to prevent oil spills and defend our climate from major fossil fuel expansion.

I would support a law banning the expansion of oil tanker traffic on the Canadian West Coast.

YES, I call on B.C. politicians to stop taking money from corporations, unions and out-of-province donors, and bring in election laws that Ban Big Money in Politics.

11.29.16 | Let BC Vote, Media | 

Trudeau’s approval of Kinder Morgan will carry heavy political consequences VANCOUVER – Organizers with Dogwood Initiative are busy preparing canvass events in thirteen ridings across the province for this Saturday as British Columbians gear up to launch a citizens’ initiative to block bitumen transport to the West Coast. As acknowledged by Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould […]

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11.29.16 | Commentary, Let BC Vote | 

Jody Wilson-Raybould, in her own words In the lead-up to the 2015 federal election, Dogwood collected survey responses from candidates in every B.C. riding. We asked for their positions on key B.C. issues, so constituents could hold them to their word if elected. Here’s what Jody Wilson-Raybould wrote in response to this question: “Who do […]

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11.28.16 | Ban Big Money, Commentary | 

The tide is turning against corporate money in politics. Yet BC Liberals, NDP keep cashing cheques. Would you pay $20,000 to eat rubbery chicken, drink a couple glasses of wine, shake some hands and listen to boring political speeches? No, probably not. How about $5,000 or $10,000 a table? Or $1,000, $1,500 or $2,500 a […]

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