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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.

BOATERS from the North Shore are expected to be among a flotilla of more than 100 vessels converging in Howe Sound this weekend to draw attention to environmental threats to the area. The S.O.S. Save Our Sound mariner's rally - being organized by the Future of Howe Sound Society - will take place between noon and 2 p.m. on the water near McNab Creek.

While we are in the midst of further detailing our proposal for the sound, yet another assault on the lands and area that is just now emerging as key part of the Vancouver Destination is about to be lost.  The north side of Gambier may be offered to clearcut loggers.

Your financial support will help us to carry out the work ahead.  Please donate for the Future of Howe Sound.

Shoreline preservation is becoming a greater focus for communities along our coast as populations increase and with it new waterfront developments.

Calling all Mariners Rendezvous on the waters of Howe Sound - Sunday, June 30th between 12 noon and 2:00 p.m.  The purpose of this event is to draw attention to the threat of long term heavy duty non-sustainable industry returning to this area.  Live Music - Monitor VHF channel 72 lower power for details.

Explore and experience the beauty of Howe Sound by water this summer.  If you are not a boat owner, there are many options available.

PRESS RELEASE  S.O.S. Save Our Sound - Mariners Rally on the Waters of Howe Sound

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