Elected officials, Howe Sound Community Forum members that include local government, Squamish First Nation, industry and non-profit organizations met for a dialogue on moving forward with a common vision for Howe Sound. The event took place at Gleneagles in West Vancouver on April 13, 2013.
Our objective is to encourage the development of an overall comprehensive management plan for Howe Sound that recognizes and protects the social, economic and cultural value of this natural and beautiful environment. In 1996 the Howe Sound Round Table on environment, economic & social sustainability produced a report entitled Howe Sound 2020. The report was a call [...]
Over the last couple years we’ve started to really see a significant increase in the number of vessels, large and small abandoned to Howe Sound. It seems that these ships are somehow not under any single jurisdiction.
Burnco Rock Products proposes to build a large scale gravel mine at McNab Creek, smack in the middle of the Sound. They plan to dig a 77-hectare pit, build an onsite crushing and processing plant, and produce a minimum of one million tonnes of aggregate per year for 20 years. The project will create 12 jobs.
British Columbia is one of the most beautiful natural and wild places on the planet. Few would argue. Tourism BC would like to let the world know that its not just a few selected spots but that the province which more than 5 times larger than Texas is full of natural beauty in all sorts of places.