Let B.C. Vote

Kinder Morgan's oil tanker project through Vancouver has been approved by the Harper-appointed National Energy Board.

Enbridge refuses to drop its Northern Gateway proposal. Both are opposed by First Nations and two in three British Columbians who don't want toxic, sinking bitumen spilled on our coast.

That doesn't matter to the Texas billionaires who run Kinder Morgan, or the Chinese state-owned oil companies backing Enbridge. But it should matter to our elected politicians here in British Columbia. We demand a say.

Christy Clark

Premier Christy Clark always promised to stand up for B.C. if the federal government tried to force these reckless projects on our province. Now Clark has softened her stance, and begun negotiations with the pipeline lobby.

If Clark cuts a deal that betrays the majority of voters in our province, we can step in. Thanks to our province's unique direct democracy laws, we have the power to put this to a vote. Just like when Gordon Campbell misled citizens about the HST.

Dogwood canvasser and petition signer

Our plan is simple and unlike past initiative campaigns, we are employing a two-step process. First, we collect contact info from supporters across the province so we're ready and confident we could gather the necessary signatures. We've been building that list for two years.

Next, if the federal government pushes these proposals through — and Premier Clark flip-flops on her promise to stop them — we can launch a formal initiative to force a province-wide vote.

Can B.C. deny permits to Enbridge and Kinder Morgan? Thanks to the Gitga'at Supreme Court decision, the answer is yes. But we need your help. The more British Columbians stand together right now, the riskier it will be for politicians to betray us.

YES, I will vote to stop crude oil tankers if politicians try to force these projects on B.C.

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Kinder Morgan's oil tanker project through Vancouver has been approved by the Harper-appointed National Energy Board.

Enbridge refuses to drop its Northern Gateway proposal. Both are opposed by First Nations and two in three British Columbians who don't want toxic, sinking bitumen spilled on our coast.

That doesn't matter to the Texas billionaires who run Kinder Morgan, or the Chinese state-owned oil companies backing Enbridge. But it should matter to our elected politicians here in British Columbia. We demand a say.

Christy Clark

Premier Christy Clark always promised to stand up for B.C. if the federal government tried to force these reckless projects on our province. Now Clark has softened her stance, and begun negotiations with the pipeline lobby.

If Clark cuts a deal that betrays the majority of voters in our province, we can step in. Thanks to our province's unique direct democracy laws, we have the power to put this to a vote. Just like when Gordon Campbell misled citizens about the HST.

Dogwood canvasser and petition signer

Our plan is simple and unlike past initiative campaigns, we are employing a two-step process. First, we collect contact info from supporters across the province so we're ready and confident we could gather the necessary signatures. We've been building that list for two years.

Next, if the federal government pushes these proposals through — and Premier Clark flip-flops on her promise to stop them — we can launch a formal initiative to force a province-wide vote.

Can B.C. deny permits to Enbridge and Kinder Morgan? Thanks to the Gitga'at Supreme Court decision, the answer is yes. But we need your help. The more British Columbians stand together right now, the riskier it will be for politicians to betray us.

Sign the petition