Neil Young’s concert tour has been bought and paid for by a foreign lobby group called the Tides Foundation.
And guess what else? Neil’s activist groupies on the stage with him work for foreign lobby groups, too.
- Received $55,000 from Tides Foundation: $55,000 paid to a numbered Alberta company, in Fort Chipewayan “to build the case for rejecting the Shell and Teck Frontier mines; participate in regulatory processes and use legal tools to increase regulations; work with groups in Europe to support the Fuel Quality Directive (FQD); and build public opposition to tar sands pipelines,” September 13, 2013.
Source: National Post, “Vivian Krause: New U.S. funding for the war on Canadian oil,” December 2, 2013.
She’s the Director of Communications to ACFN.
And, in the past she was employed by other Tides-funded organizations like the Sierra Club and Rainforest Action Network.… And here’s David Suzuki:
He flew to Toronto to attend the opening event of the Neil Young tour.
David Suzuki’s Foundation has received millions of dollars from U.S. foundations and more than $200,000 from Tides Canada.
Honour the Treaties has only one listed “Fiscal Sponsor” – The Lakota People’s Law Project.