Dogwood Initiative: Getting out the vote for MPs who will build a better BC

This election, the Dogwood Initiative going all out to get their network of more than 250,000 supporters out to vote for MPs who will stand up for our province, defend our coast from oil tankers and help rebuild our democracy.

The Dogwood Initiative is  not endorsing candidates and is  not supporting any one political party. However you can find information about where the candidates stand on the key issues listed above, how the race is shaping up and who has the best chances so far, by riding. Then pledge to vote in this pivotal election, and join Dogwood's teams to canvass and get out the vote in your riding.  British Columbia electoral races could decide this election, so get involved.

Who is the "Dogwood Initiative".  Click here to read more about the organization, their values, and the team.

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