Help us make Woodfibre LNG an election issue

Last week I felt so inspired to be a part of history as over 7 million people took to the streets for the global climate strike. One thing is crystal clear: we need to do everything we can to stop new fossil fuel development like Woodfibre LNG if we want to solve our climate emergency. Continue reading

Woodfibre LNG has lost its biggest customer!

What a difference a week makes! Last Friday we were feeling a bit down in the dumps. Continue reading

How we're stopping Woodfibre LNG

Woodfibre LNG is NOT a done deal. Why? Because we are going to be there every step of the way. Here are some key updates on our campaign to #StopWoodfibreLNG: Continue reading

Feel-good Howe Sound updates on Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! We thought we'd celebrate by sharing some incredible good news stories about Howe Sound. Continue reading

Herring roe harvest returns to Howe Sound!

Charlene Joseph shows students a hemlock bough covered in herring roe. For the first time in about a century the Squamish Nation have harvested Herring Roe, Ch’em’esh, from Howe Sound. Continue reading

Squamish estuary cleanup

Volunteers and organizations from around Howe Sound are coordinating efforts to clean up the debris caused by our extreme winter storms. Continue reading

URGENT! Stop reckless LNG tax breaks

On Monday, the BC NDP sided with the BC Liberals to vote 80–3 to approve new fossil fuel subsidies to prop up LNG export projects like Woodfibre LNG and LNG Canada. Continue reading

Voices from the Sacrifice Zone

Fracking has rapidly spread across the Peace Region of BC over the last two decades, ushering in dramatic changes to the health of its lands, waters and peoples. Next week, hear the candid, first person perspectives of a diverse range of northern BC residents on their experiences with fracking and the LNG industry—and the promise of a renewable alternative. Continue reading

Will you take action to stop Woodfibre LNG?

We've been paying close attention to Woodfibre LNG, and the rumours are concerning. Continue reading

Sign the petition to ban fracking in BC

Over 70% of BC's natural gas now comes from fracking. If Woodfibre LNG goes ahead it will require at least 24 new fracking wells to be drilled every year in northeast BC. Continue reading