1. Michael Tippett on the future of Canada's economy and the choice between creating and extracting, growing and harvesting.

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    The first Credible Conversations forum was held on May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver. Over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents came together to discuss the economic risks of pipeline expansion and explore how to build a more diversified economy on the west coast.

    More videos and information at http://www.CredBC.ca

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  2. Experts' panel with Tara Mahoney from GenWhyMedia, Linda Solomon from the Vancouver Observer, Bradley Shende from M2O Digital Agency and Sundance Chief Rueben George from TWN Wind Power and Tsleil-Waututh Nation representative.

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    The first Credible Conversations forum was held on May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver. Over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents came together to discuss the economic risks of pipeline expansion and explore how to build a more diversified economy on the west coast.

    More videos and information at http://www.CredBC.ca

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  3. Presentation of CRED's research by Liz McDowell, CRED Founder, focusing on the economic risks of new oil pipelines. Where are most of BC's jobs and wealth right now? Where will they come from in the future? What has happened to sectors like tourism and real estate in other places where oil pipelines have spilled or ruptured? What questions must be answered to make an informed decision about whether Kinder Morgan's proposed new Trans Mountain pipeline will help or hurt BC businesses?

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    The first Credible Conversations forum was held on May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver. Over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents came together to discuss the economic risks of pipeline expansion and explore how to build a more diversified economy on the west coast.

    More videos and information at http://www.CredBC.ca

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  4. Experts' panel with Mandy Nahanee from the Squamish Nation, Karen Campbell from EcoJustice, Wes Regan from the Hastings Crossing Business Improvement Association and Ngaio Hotte from the UBC Fisheries Economics Research Unit

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    The first Credible Conversations forum was held on May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver. Over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents came together to discuss the economic risks of pipeline expansion and explore how to build a more diversified economy on the west coast.

    More videos and information at http://www.CredBC.ca

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CREDible Conversations Forum May 2013

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Videos from the Credible Conversations forum held May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver, hosted by CRED and attended by over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents.

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Videos from the Credible Conversations forum held May 29, 2013 at the Creekside Community Centre in Vancouver, hosted by CRED and attended by over 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, First Nations representatives and BC residents.

More information: http://www.CredBC.ca and http://www.Facebook.com/CREDBC

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