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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 […]

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

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

Woodfibre LNG Update

July 28, 2016

Final investment decision by the owners of the proposed Woodfibre LNG project is still pending.

Proposed Projects Update

February 3, 2016

Brief overview of the various industrial projects proposed for Howe Sound at the start of 2016. Re-industrialization of the sound is being closely watched by those that believe the recovery of Howe Sound's ecosystem must be protected for current and future generations.

July 11th 2015, was an overcast day, a dramatic backdrop for the gathering of boats at the south end of Bowyer Island in Howe Sound to protest the proposed Woodfibre LNG project.

The future of Woodfibre LNG will be in our minds long past the summer of 2015 should the 25 conditions of the Squamish First Nation outlined on June 26th be met by Woodfibre LNG.

Now the window of opportunity to provide comment to the BC Environmental Assessment office about the Woodfibre LNG project is closed. What happens next and what can people do?

Woodfibre LNG, is it right for Howe Sound? In collaboration with My Sea to Sky, Save Howe Sound and Concerned Citizens of Bowen , you are invited to join us April 1st to explore this question.

The risks of no comment…

February 28, 2015

If you care for Howe Sound now is the time to express your concerns, or risk silence as being consent for a project that will affect the future of Howe Sound.

The environmental assessment of the Natural Gas pipeline to Woodfibre LNG is open for public comment. This period runs from January 26th through March 27th, 2015, the last opportunity for public comment.

The public are encouraged to attend the open houses being hosted by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office taking place in January. Woodfibre LNG has now officially entered the 180 day review period and the public now has 45 days to comment on this application.

Premier Clark announced from China in November 2013 that Woodfibre LNG at Squamish  could be the first west coast facility to liquefy natural gas (LNG) and export to Asia.  This was news, and still is to many who live along the route of the supertankers that will be carrying this highly hazardous cargo.* It is possible members of government promoting this location are not familiar with the geography and demographics of Howe Sound as […]

We urge people to submit their comments on line to the BC Environmental Assessment Office

The Howe Sound LNG Experiment at Woodfibre - Information Session

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