Convenient Conspiracy: How Vivian Krause Became the Poster Child for Canada's Anti-Environment Crusade - 2014-11-13

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F0.png Convenient Conspiracy: How Vivian Krause Became the Poster Child for Canada's Anti-Environment Crusade November 13, 2014, Emma Gilchrist, The Narwhal

Today Vivian Krause published an opinion piece in The Province claiming "a vote for Vision is a vote for U.S. oil interests." So, you might be wondering: just who is Vivian Krause? We're so glad you asked…

An essential component of all public relations campaigns is having the right messenger— a credible, impassioned champion of your cause.

While many PR pushes fail to get off the ground, those that really catch on — the ones that gain political attention and result in debates and senate inquiries — almost always have precisely the right poster child.

And in the federal government and oil industry's plight to discredit environmental groups, the perfect poster child just so happens to be Vivian Krause.

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{{cite news | first = Emma | last = Gilchrist | title = Convenient Conspiracy: How Vivian Krause Became the Poster Child for Canada's Anti-Environment Crusade | url = https://thenarwhal.ca/convenient-conspiracy-how-vivian-krause-became-poster-child-canada-s-anti-environment-crusade/ | work = The Narwhal | date = November 13, 2014 | accessdate = June 23, 2019 }}