July 8th at 7:00 p.m.
West Vancouver Public Library,
The Future of Howe Sound Society
& My Sea to Sky with
Eoin Finn B.Sc, Ph.D., MBA & Auli Parviainen
Premier Clark intends for Woodfibre Liquid Natural Gas near Squamish to be the first
LNG processing and export facility on the coast with a 2017 operational target date.
What does this mean for Howe Sound and how will this impact citizens of West Vancouver?
This project is currently in a very limited public comment period, now is the time to learn more.
1,000 foot long LNG Supertankers carrying Class A Hazardous cargo will cross BC Ferry lanes as they travel through Howe Sound.
Knowledgeable panelists will inform, answer questions and share information regarding expansion of the Fortis pipeline, processing facility and shipping through Howe Sound to Asia. Please attend to learn more about this important project
Dr. Eoin Finn is a retired KMPG partner, PHD in physical chemistry and MBA international business. 30 year part time resident of Bowyer Island in Howe Sound.
Auli Parviainen is a resident of Squamish since 2009, Auli currently delivers innovative strategic business consulting services to a diverse client portfolio with a focus on sustainable business practices, integrated strategic planning, communication and resilient long-term financial success. Passionate about fostering a new, collaborative sharing economy Auli is currently the Chair of Inside Edge Knowledge-based Industry Association and the Treasurer of the Squamish Chamber of Commerce.