Ancient glass sponge reefs require unique conditions, which may explain their global rarity. Howe Sound provides those unique conditions.

July 11th 2015, was an overcast day, a dramatic backdrop for the gathering of boats at the south end of Bowyer Island in Howe Sound to protest the proposed Woodfibre LNG project.

In this issue: Report released - Howe Sound Science & Knowledge Workshop Woodfibre LNG hanging in the balance The Crown and Chief recognize significance of Marine Trail S.O.S! Rendezvous 2015 - Event Change

The report Howe Sound Science and Knowledge Workshop has just been published. The dialogue and information content of this workshop has generated much energy and enthusiasm

The future of Woodfibre LNG will be in our minds long past the summer of 2015 should the 25 conditions of the Squamish First Nation outlined on June 26th be met by Woodfibre LNG.

It was a quintessential Howe Sound setting for the official opening of the Sea to Sky Marine Trail.

In this issue: S.O.S! Rendezvous 2015 Howe Sound Community Forum returns to Bowen Island Sea to Sky Marine Trail in Howe Sound What is next? Woodfibre LNG in Howe Sound

The official opening of the Sea to Sky Marine Trail in Howe Sound will take place in June 14th in Squamish and June 28th in Gibsons.

Mariner's Armada to Save Our Sound. Kayakers, paddle boarders, sailors and boaters of all kinds. Experience Howe Sound and help send a message to Premier Clark.

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