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Joanna Kerr speaks to EnergiMedia: Pulling back the curtain on Tides Canada

This article first appeared on Energi Media on June 23, 2019.  By Markham Hislop Postmedia newspapers have for years provided a platform to spread Vivan Krause’s conspiracy narrative about Tides Canada When Vivian Krause comments upon the influence of American foundation money on Canadian oil and gas development, she often refers to “Tides” funding. Over the years, […]

A stroll through one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods with Jane’s Walk

Bridgitte Taylor, Strategic Grantmaking Coordinator at Tides Canada, shares her experience participating in the 2019 Jane’s Walk festival.     This past weekend, Jane’s Walk, one of the longest running projects on Tides Canada’s shared platform, kicked off their community walking-tours with walks around the globe. Celebrating the contributions and ideas of renowned urbanist Jane […]

Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem Marine Reference Guide: protecting, restoring, and stewarding marine environmental health

Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem is an ecologically rich marine area that sits directly adjacent to the growing city of Vancouver. As such, it is representative of many parts of the world, where development and industry confront socio-ecological integrity. One of the newer projects on our shared platform, Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem Marine Reference Guide, is working hard to ensure […]