Do you want a 24-inch pipeline in your backyard?

November 17, 2020
Tracey Saxby

FortisBC's 24-inch pipeline is putting residents at risk

FortisBC pipeline and compressor station amendment

FortisBC has applied for an amendment to its Environmental Assessment Certificate, and the public comment period started last week (deadline = 23rd December).

We are putting together a team of researchers to review the proposed changes (email if you can help), and will share our key concerns soon.

Here's what we know so far:




FortisBC virtual info sessions

FortisBC is hosting two virtual info sessions this week for Squamish. There will be other info sessions for Coquitlam announced soon.

Can you attend and ask FortisBC why they are recklessly putting Squamish residents at risk?

6pm to 7:30pm, Tuesday 17th November
4pm to 5:30pm, Wednesday 18th November



We still need $5,000 to reach our $20K goal.

We have a team of three expert lawyers evaluating whether we have a case to challenge the recent five-year extension for Woodfibre LNG through a judicial review. Our community has raised an amazing $15K in two weeks, but we're still $5K short.

Can you chip in so we can continue to fight Woodfibre LNG?

Please consider making a monthly donation to support our critical work to #StopWoodfibreLNG.

With a resounding thank you to the 158 supporters that have chipped in so far!

We don't want to spend another five years fighting this terrible project that will increase fracking and lock us into 40 years of climate-destroying pollution. Please chip in if you can. If we can stop Woodfibre LNG, we also stop FortisBC's pipeline.


If you have friends or family that live along the pipeline route, please share this email with them, and encourage them to get informed and take action.

We'll have more info for you soon.

Tracey Saxby

Executive Director, My Sea to Sky


My Sea to Sky is incredibly proud and grateful to say that we rely on the My Sea to Sky community for small donations that provide the majority of our funding. Since our launch in 2014, we have been funded through personal savings, family and friends; and powered by the passion of our volunteers. Your generous contribution will help us to run our critical campaigns to defend, protect, and restore Howe Sound. Can you chip in?