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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.

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.

Background Howe Sound is one of the world’s most majestic outdoor playgrounds. An hour from Vancouver, orcas and dolphins arc alongside kayakers and commercial fishermen. Marine scientists study the unique underwater world. The Sea-to-Sky Highway `s breathtaking views are enjoyed by visitors from around the world. This paradise continues to be  under threat.  Quick facts on Howe Sound Fortis BC and Pacific Energy Corp. have entered into an agreement for […]

Burnco Rock Products proposes a large scale gravel mine at McNab Creek, in the middle of Howe Sound. A 30-hectare pit, onsite crusher producing 20 million tonnes of aggregate over 16 years. The project will create 12 direct operational jobs.

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.

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...

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.

Welcome news coming from the Sunshine Coast Natural Resources Districts regarding the Gambier Island Woodlots in the Wild Heart of Howe Sound

On November 15th votes will be counted and newly elected representative of communities around Howe Sound will begin influencing the direction of the future of the region.

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