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Mayor and Council of Bowen Island will be hosts for the Howe Sound Community Forum May 1st, 2015. Progress report on Howe Sound Region planning will again be on the agenda.

Howe Sound continues to draw attention from news media around the world. Mark your calendars to Up the Noise louder for Howe Sound over the weekend of July 11th and 12th.

Municipal Elections 2014

November 4, 2014

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.

Squamish Nation and Provincial commitments advance the planning process.

It was another beautiful day in Howe Sound July 27th behind Gambier Island in Thornborough Channel for the Future of Howe Sound Society’s S.O.S. event.

Kayak, sail, paddle, and power your way to Howe Sound Join us to make some noise to stop the re-industrialization of this beautiful place.

It has been repeated many time by those that live, work, play and visit Howe Sound how amazing a place it  is.   People value the recovery and discovery of the marine life and see the potential to further capitalize on the natural resource and develop the new economy that is more gentle to the land.  There are signed resolutions from communities around the Sound, support and commitment of seventy plus stakeholder organizations to work […]

The Howe Sound LNG Experiment at Woodfibre - Information Session

There are a number of good reasons to be close to Howe Sound this summer.

On May 2nd, 2014 the Howe Sound Community Forum met with three representatives from the Province to further explore the Cumulative Effects Assessment as a tool for Howe Sound planning.

To date, the  multiple proposed projects for Howe Sound do not have  broad social acceptance.

Confused about the various Forums taking place around Howe Sound?  Here is a quick explanation.  Want to participate?  Stay connected to Future of Howe Sound for notices

On April 12th, 2014, close to 100 people representing 70 organizations, governments, First Nations, commercial operators, educators, etc., gathered together at Furry Creek to explore planning approaches for Howe Sound.

There can be no argument that Howe Sound is an awesome place, which is why there is growing number of people stepping up to defend and protect the values that make it so special.

The Province of B.C. has recently made public the phased implementation of the Cumulative Effects Framework.

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