Dawn Remington

The Eco Activist profile of Dawn Remington

Dawn Remington  (deceased) originated from Billings, Montana where she attended Montana State University and U of Minnesota, subsequently earning her MSc in Environmental Biology at Tulane University in New Orleans.

Dawn worked as an environmental biologist from her home in Telkwa, eventually forming her own consultancy. She was one of the founding directors of Friends of Morice Bulkley and became its lead spokesperson. Dawn Remington is chair of Smithers-based environmental group Friends of Morice-Bulkley  (Nov 2020). She also is on the Board of the Friends of Wild Salmon .

 

From the Vancouver Sun we copied this exchange that we can prove is a point she is lying about, but it also reals another connection, between Friends of Morice-Bulkley and Friends of Wild Salmon coalition.

We suggest you check out the links, Friends of Wild Salmon coalition, is funded by the Tides Foundation and are one and the same as the Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research. The Driftwood Foundation gets its funding from both the Tides Foundation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation . Ivan Thompson was a former director and was connected to both the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and Skeenawild Conservation Trust and now is a Senior Advisor, Pacific Region for the Tides Foundation! His job is funnelling money into local organizations who fit the agenda of the Tides Foundation.

“To put it bluntly, they know who they are and intentionally flat out lied to the media when they are being interviewed.

 

And the group EthicalOil.org — started by conservative political activist and author Ezra Levant — earlier this month launched a series of ads in weekly northern B.C. newspapers and on radio attacking environmental groups opposed to Northern Gateway of taking money from U.S. foreign interests.
Dawn Remington, a retired fisheries biologist from Smithers, dismisses the idea she is a radical environmentalist.The group she is a member of, Friends of Morice-Bulkley, does not take money from foreign interests, she said.“We’re a bunch of locals not typically involved,” said Remington of her group, which is part of the Friends of Wild Salmon coalition.
“When we heard the news of a major pipeline going through our watershed it set off alarm bells,” she said.  The Morice-Bulkley group has about 10 core volunteers and an email list of 250.  It has received a $5,000 grant from the Smithers-based Driftwood Foundation, said Remington. (The Driftwood Foundation takes donations locally and from other sources, including Americans, say foundation officials).”
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