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  • jacki Willcox
    commented 2021-04-06 21:41:40 -0700
    Curious if you are providing tax receipts for monthly donors? Thank you for the update and for all your work!
  • Erica Pinsky
    commented 2021-03-03 16:05:07 -0800
    I am a monthly donor, are you a registered charity for tax purposes?
  • Lauren Palmer
    commented 2021-02-27 13:44:02 -0800
    Hello! We are students from Western University currently pursuing our Masters in Environmental Science/Studies; one of our program requirements is to be matched with a non-profit organization to conduct a consulting project. We are currently working with Tree Canada to find better strategies for including diversity considerations in NGO programming and impact reporting. As such, we are exploring the various methods that other non-profits use to help inform these processes, both successes, and challenges. Do you have some time to discuss this?

    Thank you for your time!

    Lauren Palmer
  • Harold Steves
    commented 2020-12-29 12:25:17 -0800
  • Lorraine Fralin
    commented 2020-12-21 11:06:54 -0800
    How can I help to stop this project from going through?
  • Sean Clark
    commented 2020-12-12 21:36:18 -0800
    Hello, we are located north of Lund and are fighting a proposed waste site in desolation sound. See here for info

    We are activating to stop this.

    The waste is toxic and they are claiming it’s not.

    Can we please set up a call to discuss options?

  • Dan Blake
    commented 2020-12-06 13:36:07 -0800

    I tried to make a donation, but it wouldn’t take for the zip code when completing the credit card information.It must be programmed to take US postal codes only. However it accepted my Canadian zip code for my identity information.
  • George Copsewood
    commented 2020-12-06 03:13:11 -0800
    Know who you are dealing with, this is a company/Group that tramples all before it and has the funds and stamina to play the long game.

    Recent Press and Environmental Groups publications featuring the Royal Golden Eagle RGE group – April, APR, Sateri etc,

    Tax evasion Dec 2 2020

    Adindo report Deforestation of Borneo Oct 2020

    Deforestation in Borneo Oct 2020

    Natural Gas exploitation Canada Howe Sound Nov 2020 (Woodfibre is a subsidiary of Pacific Oil & Gas Limited, which is part of the Singapore-based RGE group of companies. Royal Golden Eagle.

    Deforestation Palm Oil Sept 2020

    Financing deforestation in SE Asia Apr 2020

    Canopy concerns about APR Oct 2019.

    Deforestation in Borneo Oct 2020

    Land rights dispute in Indonesia Natives verses APR, April 2020

    ICIJ Financing and structure of RGE Oct 2017 History of deforestation and financial background via the paradise papers.

    Indonesian Forest Data Base 2016.

    Details of RGE pulp and paper cos data base 2016

    RGE affiliated Cos 2016

    RGE Brands 2016

    Mills 2016

    Palm oil from Indonesia’s shrinking forests taints global brands: report | Reuters

    April palm oil deforestation 2018

    April deforestation 2018
  • Hilary Strang
    commented 2020-10-28 18:50:47 -0700
    Hello dear MY SEA TO SKY team. I sent you a donation of $500.00 and did not add but would like you know it is in gratitude to my mother and father, Alison and Roy Strang
  • Patricia Dehnel
    commented 2020-05-19 11:31:14 -0700
    Hi Tracey. Thanks for your inspiring words about youth on the climate caucus call today. Nice to zoom-meet you. Trish
  • Christopher Wootten
    commented 2019-11-30 11:36:00 -0800
    Are we presently monthly donors?
  • Peter Frinton
    commented 2019-10-26 12:05:34 -0700
    Hi Tracy- Would be pleased to talk to you about SSCAS (as per yesterday’s discussion). with the woodstove exchange program, there is money for management, not just for the vouchers, so this can help an ngo in a modest way… Peter
  • Elizabeth Rains
    commented 2019-10-13 10:06:12 -0700
    I thought you’d be interested in the story I just wrote about the federal candidates and their stance on Woodfibre:
  • Maria Sederholm
    commented 2019-10-07 19:54:50 -0700
    I would love a text or a phone call from Tracy, I live and own a property across from the long site. I met you before:)
  • Lynda Johnstone
    commented 2019-10-02 11:39:18 -0700
    Hi. Wonderful day last Sunday at the ORCA CELEBRATION! Will you be sending the video(s) and pictures to the participants?
  • Oily Bardge
    commented 2019-09-13 14:22:46 -0700
    The breakwater that sunk in Horseshoe Bay in February was partially filled with oil and it’s still sitting on the bottom of the bay. The Sewell’s have been dumping oil in there for decades, going all the way back to their Queen Charlotte fishing lodge when they had a ton of leftover oil that they had to bring down the coast.

    Eric Sewell reported it to Environment Canada and they said to leave it. The barge had been leaking water through cracks for a long time and that’s likely why it went down. EC is apparently concerned that if they try to lift it, it will break apart.

    The barge is now sitting on its side on the bottom of the bay. The hatches are at the bottom so the oil isn’t actively leaking out. Concrete is porous so the oil is likely to slowly leach out into the environment.

    Apparently the break water was never insured because it wasn’t insurable.

    To suck it out would cost would apparently cost ~1.4 million
  • Angeleen Ramey
    commented 2019-08-23 12:35:47 -0700

    I would like to have my name removed from the Howe Sound declaration. It comes up as a first page search result when I google my name. I don’t recall signing this petition and as such would like to have my name removed.

    Thank you.

  • Drew Cameo
    commented 2019-07-03 23:29:01 -0700
    Re: Woodfibre LNG

    An environmental concern that is not being considered is the possible introduction of heated, and chlorinated water back into Howe Sound via the heat exchange system of the LNG plant. After all the time & expense of cleaning Howe Sound from the Britannia Mine, it seems a shame to now just pump a bunch of chlorine into the water.

    If Woodfibre LNG is allowed to use a single-stage / Open loop system, they will be introducing tonnes of chlorine into Howe Sound, as they use it to decontaminate / keep mussels & barnacles from accreting in the water intake & outflow pipes. The water being released will be very warm – too warm for most fish, but nice for algae blooms, and will be heavily chlorinated. Beyond the air quality concerns of an LNG plant, a Closed Loop System is the only acceptable system in such an environmentally sensitive area.
  • Susan Fletcher
    commented 2019-06-02 17:12:04 -0700
    Probably the main reason for both the global nature crisis and climate change is WiFi….please read the following. Susan Fletcher

    Climate Change, WIFI and 5G

    The Industrial Revolution with its use of fossil fuels occurred at the beginning of the 1800s yet ‘Climate Change’ didn’t become an issue until after 1952 when the ‘space race’ began and microwave radio frequencies became the dominant form of communication. Today there is radar, internet, cellphones, GPS trackers, weather stations, satellite TV and a host of other uses that are increasing by the day with each of these products having millions of subscribers. Radiation from all the power lines on earth reaches the ionosphere and the magnetosphere where it’s amplified up to one hundred thousand-fold. Among other effects, this ‘power line harmonic radiation’ has altered earth’s weather. An International Appeal launched last year calls for a halt to deployment of 5G which, it states, “constitutes an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a crime under international law.” ( ) The Appeal explains, “In addition to millions of new 5G base stations on Earth and 20,000 new satellites in space, 200 billion transmitting objects, according to estimates, will be part of the Internet of Things by 2020.” Black soot from kerosene used in satellite-propelling rockets contaminates the stratosphere for years and contributes to global warming. The notion that RF radiation is harmless was disproven by the 1970s in laboratories all over the world, and the harm to humans, animals and plants has since been confirmed in over 10,000 peer-reviewed studies. The effects of present-day levels of RF radiation on the health of the population and the environment as reflected in high rates of cancer, neurological disease, heart disease and diabetes, plummeting populations of birds, bees and butterflies, and unhealthy forests can be seen and felt everywhere. If 5G is built, radiation levels will increase 10- to 100-fold. The International Appeal states that, “In the absence of an agreed comprehensive legal regime governing activities in outer space, legal liability for those activities is non-existent, despite the prospect of whole continents, the atmosphere and the oceans being put at risk by them.”

  • Barbara Cooper
    commented 2019-04-01 10:09:30 -0700
  • Heather Dungate
    commented 2019-03-09 13:53:45 -0800
  • jacki Willcox
    followed this page 2018-12-21 19:59:43 -0800
  • Janice MacLean
    commented 2018-10-08 21:31:45 -0700
    Happy Thanksgiving, My Sea to Sky.

    Thank you for publishing links to learn more about the Squamish Election 2018 Candidates, This is a valuable service to your membership.

    I noticed my website is missing in my list of links, and ask that you would be so kind to add it. My website provides explanations of my position on a number of challenges on my FAQs page, as well as more details regarding where my contribution to the council will be most valuable.

    My website is:

    Thank you so much for your time, attention and effort to bring information to your membership.

    I welcome any questions at 604-898-5919.

    With appreciation,

    Janice D. MacLean
  • Roy Wiltshire
    commented 2017-12-24 10:45:05 -0800
    If someone could contact me I have some fund raising Ideas
  • Dave Heighway
    commented 2017-08-21 11:38:44 -0700
    Hey MySeaToSky,

    My name is Dave Heighway and I live in Whistler. I attended a meeting here last year regarding opposition the the Woodfibre LNG plant – Tracey Saxby was the speaker. I support your cause and thankful of your hard work.

    I’m contacting you because I’d like to get something going in our area around the Leap Manifesto/Leap Movement. I think organizations like MySeaToSky have much in common with the tenets of the Leap – I expect some of your members are signatories. I haven’t found anyone or any group discussing the Leap in our area and would love to talk to you about it.

    If that sounds interesting, I’d love to hear from you! Hope to see you Saturday for the flotilla.

    Thanks and keep up the hard work.


    Dave Heighway

    [email protected]
  • Bridget McClarty
    commented 2017-06-13 15:54:48 -0700
    I am sending you the link to a film created by Learning Expeditions students here in Squamish, called “Sacred Sound”.

    I spoke with the students who created the film, asking them if it would be OK for other groups to share or link this film to the website. The students said they would be fine with any links or sharing of their video.


    Bridget McClarty

    Science Teacher, Learning Expeditions, Stawamus School
  • Alexander Bernikoff
    commented 2017-05-06 18:47:41 -0700
    your concern re the tanker route crossing three BC Ferries routes. The next 3 new ferries; Salish Orca, Salish Eagle and Salish Raven that are being built in Gdansk, Poland will all be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas .No mention of how many cubic metres of fuel on board. Does this mean every sailing on the schedule will be hazardous material sailing? Where will the storage tanks be located?
  • Luca Malaguti
    commented 2017-04-28 07:16:28 -0700
    Hey guys love what you’re doing and fully support it, but you should consider changing you logo. Not representative at all of the sea to sky. Forget trying to be politically correct and representative, get a logo that describes your cause: mountains + ocean.
  • Matt Berinbaum
    commented 2017-03-29 21:52:48 -0700
  • Jonathan Carter
    commented 2017-03-17 12:04:05 -0700
    To whomever this may concern,

    My name is Jon Carter and I currently work for the apparel company, Patagonia. They graciously offer employees the opportunity to volunteer with an environmental non-profit anywhere in the world, for up to 8 weeks. I’m very interested in exploring Canada while lending my skills to conservancy in such a diverse landscape.


    I’m wondering if there are any projects or smaller nonprofits you know of (could be a mix of a few different projects lasting 8 weeks or 1 longer project) which you would like a FREE volunteer?? I’m particularly interested in any ongoing projects in the Squamish area. I would look to arrive sometime in July / August, but will need to have the internship planned out within the next few weeks.


    I have experience in construction, gardening, filming, as well as more business oriented skills. Also, I’m an avid mountain biker / hiker and would love to travel the corridor, helping document its biodiversity while also promoting alternative transportation. I’m open to any and all ongoing projects in the region that you may need help with! 


    Please let me know if this is something that could work. I look forward to hearing from you soon!