Update on Woodfibre LNG

Our campaign to stop Woodfibre LNG is kicking into high gear again. Here are the latest updates from the last few months: Continue reading

Federal approval of Burnco gravel mine threatens wild salmon habitat

Last Friday, the Federal Government rubber stamped the Burnco gravel mine, providing the next level of approval for the project, even though the government has acknowledged that the environmental assessment process is broken, and that science that is provided by the proponent cannot be trusted to be unbiased. Continue reading

Burnco has been approved... here's what you can do

The Provincial Government has just rubber stamped the Burnco gravel mine, demonstrating yet again that public engagement really is meaningless and the environmental assessment process is truly broken. Continue reading

Help protect the inlet on March 10th

On a recent visit to B.C., Justin Trudeau stated that unless the Kinder Morgan pipeline goes ahead, "We won't get the Oceans Protection Plan investments. We won't get a national price on carbon and we would never meet our Paris targets [on reducing carbon emissions]." This is blackmail. Continue reading

This is My Sea to Sky

Four years ago, a handful of people came together with a common purpose: to protect this beautiful, wild place we all call home. Together we have created an amazing community of people that are dedicated to protecting Howe Sound. The words of Margaret Mead never rang more true: Continue reading

My Sea to Sky is at VIMFF!

We are incredibly excited to announce that My Sea to Sky is presenting at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (aka VIMFF) this year! We will be kicking off the evening as part of the Unite the Salish Sea program, featuring David Suzuki as keynote speaker, and the worldwide premier of Zack Embree's film, Directly Affected. Continue reading

Oil spill in Howe Sound

A barge has sunk near Port Mellon, dumping hundreds of litres of diesel into the marine environment and a pod of orcas were spotted very close to shore in West Sechelt a few days ago.  Continue reading

Minister Heyman is still refusing to meet with us about Burnco

We're getting desperate. We have tried for months to meet Minister Heyman, but his staff claim he is "too busy." As soon as the BC Environmental Assessment Office (BC EAO) delivers their report on February 2nd, Minister Heyman can no longer speak with stakeholders (that would be us!) about the proposed Burnco gravel mine. Continue reading

Have your say on Professional Reliance

Over the last 10 years, the BC Liberals handed over the keys to the (environmental) henhouse to the foxes (industry/developers) with a system of Professional Reliance (PR) that has created a huge accountability and oversight hole, and continues to result in serious environmental degradation. Continue reading

Four ways to take action to #ProtectHoweSound

Happy New Year! Here are four ways you can take action to help us #ProtectHoweSound in 2018. Continue reading