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  • Susan Cameron
    commented 2015-09-06 16:17:42 -0700
    so so sorry I am away BUT I am absolutely in pipeleines, no tankers, no LNG, no fracking and yes to alternate, non /fossil energy…please put me high on your list as an involved supporter! susan
  • Chris Clark
    commented 2015-08-19 10:27:49 -0700
    Hi there I am a resident of Squamish and am becoming increasingly concerned with the industrial development happening in our community.

    I seems like we are not heard and construction and test drilling in the estuary are going forward with little public awareness. I want to help to change that. I spend a lot of time in the waters of the squamish river and estuary and am seeing more oil on the water than ever before, as well as stumbling across unmarked construction sites in the area. I have a lot of questions about who is doing what, and if we are being told any truths. I am willing to help in any way I can to protect our home.
  • Andrea Hobbs
    commented 2015-07-19 12:31:00 -0700
    David Suzuki Foundation for Camp Suzuki : Howe Sound, happening this August on Gambier Island. We are seeking placements for the campers aged 18 – 30 to engage with their local community and share their passion for conservation. If you would like to offer volunteers to join you part time from September to February this year, please contact me and I will connect you with the project lead for further questions. For information about Howe Sound Camp Suzuki, please visit the site below. All camp registrations are confirmed for a full attendance with an incredible learning program.



    After camp, participants apply their newfound skills and knowledge through a six-month, part-time placement with a local community organization that works for the betterment of Howe Sound.
  • Larry Wartels
    commented 2015-07-14 02:14:54 -0700
    Hello Melyssa, Here are the contacts and links we mentioned.

    For climate justice,

    Larry Wartels


    Metropolitan Vancouver Alliance’s Deborah Littman:

    Vancouver District Labour Council’s President Joey Hartman:

    604-254-0703, [email protected]

    Just transition to protect jobs and the environment

    “Fear at work: Job blackmail, labor, and the environment”
  • Mike Porter
    commented 2015-06-24 10:51:11 -0700
    I am very disappointed in the timing you chose for the Save Our Sound day and the flotilla up Howe Sound. For an awful lot of boaters, your timing is poor, ….. a large percentage (like myself) are away on vacation or up the coast for the summer. In future, if you want boats in your flotilla, plan your event for June or September, before or after cruising season, not right in it.
  • Jim Ronback
    posted about this on Facebook 2015-05-19 12:44:33 -0700
  • Jim Ronback
    commented 2015-05-19 12:43:57 -0700
    This paper provides another way of predicting collision-related spills in Salish Sea, English Bay and near Squamish and WoodFibre.

    Jim Ronback

    Risk of a collision-related oil spill on the Gulf of Finland could up to q uadruple in the future, May 04, 2015
  • david carrigg
    commented 2015-05-11 09:50:59 -0700
    please email me regards May 19 meeting around changes to port rule. I am looking for Dr. Finn.
  • Kevin Sieders
    commented 2015-03-21 12:57:03 -0700
    Hi there,

    I just wanted to say thank you for all the work you guys do putting this website together and getting the info out there for us concerned residents. It has been very helpful to help form my list of questions and concerns for the BCEAO.

    Great job!

    Kevin Sieders
  • Tracey Saxby
    followed this page 2015-03-19 16:51:50 -0700
  • Don Nicolson
    commented 2015-03-18 15:50:37 -0700
    Don Nicolson, Concerned Bowen Islander

    Particularly interesting …. chapters 10,11 and 12

    LNG Risk Based Safety – Modeling and … – Oil & Gas…/LNG%20Risk%20Based%20Safety%20

    by JL Woodward – ‎Cited by 1 – ‎Related articles

    LNG risk based safety : modeling and consequence analysis / John L Woodward, Robin Pitblado. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN 978-0-470-31764-8 (cloth). 1.