Everything we do is about giving British Columbians ways to take back decision-making power over their land and water. Right now, 96 per cent of British Columbia’s land is owned by the people, but 88 per cent of that land is controlled by large timber, mining and oil companies. That stinks.
We believe British Columbians should have the right to make their own decisions about how the land they live on is used and we know that there is power in numbers. That’s why we work with more than 75,000 British Columbians, as well as First Nations, businesses and communities, to leverage political victories and find common sense solutions to some of B.C.’s most pressing problems.
Some have said if the NDP had 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.
While the results of the 2013 B.C. election may be upsetting to many, we've always known Enbridge and Kinder Morgan would be stopped by the people of British Columbia. That's always been the ultimate plan.
In less than 24 hours the Dogwood community came together and donated enough money to buy up every last radio spot on Vancouver radio station CKNW.Read More
Dogwood Initiative brings together everyday British Columbians to reclaim decision-making power over their air, land and water.