January 2015 Newsletter

January 23, 2015

In this issue: 2015 Events for the Future of Howe Sound Burnco Gravel Mine Update January 2015 Last Chance to Comment on Fortis Pipeline to Woodfibre Last Chance for Comments on Woodfibre LNG

Howe Sound continues to draw attention from news media around the world. Mark your calendars to Up the Noise louder for Howe Sound over the weekend of July 11th and 12th.

Responses by Burnco to public comments regarding the project have been posted and the project is moving along the Environmental Assessment process. Burnco now has three years to submit its formal application.

The environmental assessment of the Natural Gas pipeline to Woodfibre LNG is open for public comment. This period runs from January 26th through March 12th, 2015, the last opportunity for public comment.

The public are encouraged to attend the open houses being hosted by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office taking place in January. Woodfibre LNG has now officially entered the 180 day review period and the public now has 45 days to comment on this application.

2014 Press Coverage Links

November 23, 2014

The media has been covering Howe Sound issues on a regular basis. Here are links to articles references the Future of Howe Sound Society in 2014.

Howe Sound Garbage Can

November 16, 2014

Howe Sound is being used as a "garbage can" says Suzuki. Our oceans deserve respect and Howe Sound in particular, but often it is regarded as a convenient...

Fall 2014 Newsletter

November 13, 2014

In this issue: McNab Valley Projects Update Reprieve from Gambier Woodlots threat Municipal Elections 2014 Howe Sound Planning takes a leap forward

Activity is ongoing in the McNab Valley as the winter weather sets in.

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