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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.

As the stewards of these lands, the Province should be routinely reviewing its planning decisions to ensure they remain current and its use is in the best interest of the people.

Time for action - Schedule of important dates regarding the Woodfibre LNG project

A new project and a new threat to the health of Howe Sound has been announced. Metro Vancouver is considering a proposal to build a $500-million garbage incinerator on Squamish First Nation lands at Port Mellon.

Great piece from HoweSound45 Productions (Chris Dietrich) Our youth are influenced and their perception of the world are shaped by our actions. Here's 45 adventures all in one destination, and why it needs to make the transition from industrial home to recreational playground.

The next stage of BURNCO's project has begun according to the BC Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO).  The next phase requires the company to hold open houses to explain the project and collect feedback on Application Information Requirements (AIR) Document.

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.

Sunshine Coast Regional District posts Draft Application for Information Requirements ahead of public consultation process.

Millions have been spent cleaning up the Sound after decades of industrial abuse. It’s paid off with a remarkable recovery. We should not allow this progress to be placed at risk. Find out more and SIGN our Petition

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