In this issue: A View of What Lies Beneath; Ocean Watch - Howe Sound Edition is Published; Lions Bay and Metro Vancouver Team up to Host Spring 2017 Forum; Woodfibre LNG Project Amendment

Change to the Woodfibre LNG project triggered an amendment to the Environmental Assessment Certificate and a public comment period that ended March 11th, 2017.

Ruth Simons, executive director of the Future of Howe Sound Society (FHSS), was one of the authors of the section on stewardship and governance of the report OceanWatch-Howe Sound Edition

A glimpse into the future of the marine life growing in Howe Sound is made easier and more accessible thanks to the success of Aquatica Submarines.

The Future of Howe Sound Society is pleased to have contributed to the Comprehensive Planning chapter of the recently published OceanWatch - Howe Sound Edition report.

The Spring 2017 meeting of the Howe Sound Community Forum is being hosted by the Village of Lions Bay and Metro Vancouver.

The BC Environmental Assessment Office has granted BURNCO Rock Products a time-out in order for the company to respond to all the comments. The 180 review period was to end January 28, 2017.

November 2016 Newsletter

November 11, 2016

In this issue: BURNCO Gravel Mine Update Fall 2016; Woodfibre LNG Update Fall 2016; Progress Report - Howe Sound UNESCO Biosphere Region Initiative; Fall 2016 Howe Sound Community Forum review; Mixed reactions to Fixed Link Feasibility Study

Announcement that Woodfibre LNG "is a go" is premature considering the many outstanding conditions and changes yet to be approved.

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