The membership has resolved to focus much of our collective energy into fighting the perpetrators and supporting blockaders
Proactively collaborative and effective cross-media strategies with targeted initiatives around Grace Islet, reclaiming ceremonies and more.
This working group fights to keep BC's Agricultural Land Reserve big and green and holds the Commission accountable for its actions.
We have hosted an event of some kind nearly every month over the past 2 years, you can join the team that coordinates.
radical rants! (the people's forum)
A brand new community building series here in Victoria
featuring engaging speakers,
impassioned activists and you!
Friday April 15th
Doors open 6 pm
Show starts 6:30 pm sharp
@ the Copper Owl, 1900 Douglas St., Victoria
Help keep up the pressure! Site C Dam is the BIGGEST threat to agriculture and ALR lands in BC!
July 22, 2015
SALISH SEA — The second annual Turning the Tide: Peoples' Paddle for the Salish Sea will push off from the Dolphin Dock in North Saanich, BC on Friday morning at 8:00 am, mobilizing an on-the-water community to celebrate the Salish Sea and demonstrate the unwavering commitment of participants to protect the coast from the threat of tarsands, tankers and pipelines.
The people-powered flotilla, which is spearheaded by the Turning the Tide committee in concert with a number of organizations, with embark on a five-day paddle through the Southern Gulf Islands with overnight stops and community celebrations at Salt Spring, Mayne Island and Pender Island.
"One year after the first Peoples' Paddle, our coast still faces multiple threats from tarsands, tankers, pipelines and a federal government keen to sell our natural wealth to the highest bidder," says Turning the Tide organizer Sasha Kvakic. "As long as these threats continue, we will keep building our movement and demonstrating our love for the Salish Sea and our commitment to protect it."