This issue: Reflections on Howe Sound 2020, Spring 2018 Update - Howe Sound Biosphere Region Initiative - Disappointment with Province's approval of Burnco project - Squamish Lillooet Regional District to Host Spring 2018 Forum

As we come closer to the year 2020, we reflect back to February 1996 when the first Howe Sound Roundtables was convened. 

The Canadian Commission for UNESCO responded to the Howe Sound Biosphere Region Initiative (HSBRI) working group's status report submitted November 2017 encouraging more engagement with First Nations.

It was a sad day for many when it was announced March 20th, 2018 the BC Environmental Assessment Office had issued an environmental certificate for the Burnco Aggregate Project.

The Spring 2018 meeting of the Howe Sound Community Forum is being hosted by the Squamish Lillooet Regional District.

In this issue: Howe Sound in Balance, 2018; From Citizen Science to Federal Policy - Exciting News; More Comments needed to Save McNab Valley; Supporting our Efforts

Howe Sound 2018, the year ahead.

In response to Canada's commitment to the 2006 United Nations General Assembly Sustainable Fisheries Resolution DFO is seeking to add 13 more reefs closures in Howe Sound.

Comments on the Federal Assessment Report of the Burnco Aggregte Mine are open until January 26th, 2018.   

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