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|Blog - Dogwood Initiative January 14 Will Horter | Enbridge and Kinder Morgan were hit with another existential earthquake yesterday when the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the province failed to adequately consult and accommodate affected First Nations.|
|Blog - Dogwood Initiative October 26 Kai Nagata | When the election finally arrived, turnout in B.C. surged from 60.4 to 70.4 per cent. That's what defeated the Conservative Party in B.C. -- not "strategic voting."|
|Blog - Dogwood Initiative August 13 Kai Nagata | Kai Nagata has a secret. He talks to lamps. Now that CSIS has been caught spying on environmentalists, his joke isn't so funny.|
|Blog - Dogwood Initiative September 28 Eric Swanson | Yesterday at the Union of B.C. Municipalities meeting in Victoria, B.C.’s local government leaders passed the strongest ever provincial motion opposing the expansion of oil tanker traffic through B.C.|
|Blog - Dogwood Initiative August 24 Emma Gilchrist | Last Saturday, Dave Shortt emerged from 10 days of filming in the northern B.C. bush, found a wi-fi connection at the Kitimat library and happened upon a story online about Enbridge.|