The Raincoast Conservation Society is yet another one of many BC ENGO’s (environmental non-governmental organization) indicating more duplication of environmental opinions mostly at the expense of both truth and tax dollars.
This is not an elected group of people out of a membership but rather a career opportunity for a specific group of people, its highly paid activism.
From Revenue Canada here is what they pay themselves and in part what tax payers are paying them. (see statements below) taxpayers funded $654,402.00 in 2021. We did not post previous years but only the last year available on Revenue Canada at the time of our research.
If our governments who are funded to protect our environment are so incapable of doing so, then we need to replace them. Its clear to me their work and efforts are duplication of work done by our governments and it appears that everyone wants to run their own environmental organization and get paid for doing it.
Follow the money, there is a lot of money involved, including taxpayer dollars.
One of the projects that will most certainly hurt all Canadians is their effort to stop the Roberts Bank Terminal 2
These highly paid individuals also were big advocates of bill C69 and C48 – Bill C-48, legislation barring oil tankers from loading at ports on the northern coast of British Columbia. That bill passed on a vote of 49-46, only narrowly escaping defeat and Bill C-69, which overhauls the federal environmental assessment process for major construction projects, by a vote of 57-37.
The financial records here are the last posted online for the year 2021