Saturday, December 20, 2014
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We are at a critical and time-sensitive phase of the final decision-making process on Site C. Now we need YOU to help ensure that our government representatives understand that Site C is absolutely NOT a good investment for BC. Please send your letters  as soon as possible to Minister deJong at mike.dejong.mla at before it’s TOO LATE!  A final decision is to be announced between now and Christmas.                  Peace Valley Environment Association             Sierra Club


A march! Saturday 1-3 PM in Downtown Squamish

Let's meet at the wood sculptures on Cleveland before entering Downtown.

We will walk down Cleveland and back up; then distribute ourselves along the highway and let everyone coming into or leaving Squamish know about keeping this town free of fossil fuel development.


Community forum on U.S. thermal coal transport through our coastal waters to Texada and onwards to Asia.  Featuring panel of speakers fighting this issue in courts and the public domain:  Chief Craigan (SIB), Anna Johnston (WCEL), Donald Gordon (VTACC), Laura Benson (Dogwood Initiative), Dr. Otto Langer (Fisheries Biologist), Nicholas Simons (MLA) and more.

Saturday, November 1st   Sechelt Indian Band Hall, Sechelt   2 - 4:30 pm (doors open at 1:30)

Presented by the Salish Sea Coal Committee

Discover ‘The Clack Creek Gallery Forest’ on the Elphinstone Slopes

Date: Sunday, November 2nd   Time: 1 PM
Meeting Location: B & K Rd (off Hwy 101) at the powerlines. The B & K is in Roberts Creek, east of the Sunshine Coast Golf Course and Cliff Gilker Park
Bring: rain gear, water, snacks   Round Trip: 3-4 hours   Level: Moderate

Green Films next film, Cowspiracy has a venue change for the Sechelt screening on Wed. Oct. 29. It will be at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall at 7:30 pm. The Gibsons screening is Monday, Oct. 27 at the Gibsons Heritage Playhouse, 7:30 pm. Panel discussion/Q&A to follow. Admission by donation. Wood Duck Bus Shuttle from Madeira Park for Sechelt screening leaves MP 6:15 pm. Call 883-9006 for info. for reservations or season tickets.


  • Climate Change Tide is Turning

    The tide is turning drastically for climate change awareness and actions. The incredible Climate March in New York this last weekend of over 400,000 participants while huge is only one component.

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