The Bulkley Valley Research Centre  in collaboration with Driftwood Foundation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation wrote a document based on a one-day workshop exploring the potential for future collaboration in the Skeena watershed on issues related to habitat management. Be sure you check out  the link to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation as it speaks volumes about their connection to our Bulkley Valley Eco-activist groups. The the facilitator for the event, Julian Griggs of Dovetail Consulting Inc. who comes with the following testimonial ” “Julian is simply the best facilitator I’ve used. He is not only able to work with a team to craft excellent strategies and help organizations become truly effective, but you all have fun while you’re doing it!” said David L. Secord, Ph.D. Vice President, Strategic Grantmaking, Tides Foundation.

Board of Directos


Listed with Canada Revenue as Trusties (based on 2019)

  • Kim Struthers – Director
  • Dorothy Giesbrecht – Director
  • Wes Giesbrecht – Treasure
  • Gail Jenne – Director
  • Richard Jenne – Director
  • Pat Moss – Director
  • Lynn Shervill – Director

Is there any surprise that the Driftwood Foundation is on that list?

U.S. tax returns and these covering letters indicate that Tides has funded the participation of at least 15 Canadian environmental charities in the Tar Sands Campaign. They are: Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society, Driftwood Foundation, Ecojustice, Environmental Defence Canada, Equiterre, Georgia Strait Alliance, The Pembina Foundation for Environmental Research & Education, Northwest Bioregional Research Institute, Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Sierra Club of B.C., Sierra Club of Canada, T. Buck Suzuki Foundation, Westcoast Environmental Law Research Foundation, Western Canada Wilderness Committee (WCWC), World Wildlife Fund and Tides Canada. The Georgia Strait Alliance and WCWC were funded for the Save The Salish Sea campaign which aims to block the export of coal, oil and LNG.


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Follow the money.

Below is some audits done on the Driftwood Foundation, how money laundering occurs between Tides and other charitable organization. We are talking about a massive amount of money funneled into local anti industrial campaigns.

Over the span of a few years well over a million dollars!

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  We Need a Law – That governs Vote Manipulation.

Ethical rules of conduct by all organizations, media outlets and websites that are funded, and or, to influence the voters and financed by any sources outside of its board of directors on both elected and non-elected organizations. Any organization that uses public education, advocacy, protest, negotiation and non-violent direct action tactics or pays others, to achieve its goals using any money other than personal funds should be required to have an official audit, all funding received or distributed must be accounted for and that information must be public.

Contrary to leftists claims that environmentalist support is a gauge of public support, this is a outright lie, almost all support is obtained by way of funding misleading and false advertisements and organized staged protests by paid protestors

Hiding funds coming in and or being disbursed must be considered fraud.

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