Help us end fracking in BC

March 23, 2023
Tracey Saxby

Join us this weekend to call for a Frack Free BC.

Fracked gas is B.C.’s biggest climate problem. But the government continues to approve new LNG terminals, and is planning a massive expansion of the fracking industry.

To turn that around, our movement needs to show up bigger, louder, and more often.

That’s the vision behind Frack Free BC, a new alliance of groups and individuals organizing across the province to end fracking.

You’re invited to join Frack Free BC’s first major action, coming up this weekend: an art blitz that will blanket our towns and cities with posters and banners calling for an end to fracking.

By making the call to end fracking visible across B.C., we’ll raise awareness in our communities, turn up the heat on politicians and help build a movement strong enough to take on the power of the fossil fuel industry.

There are poster and banner actions planned in 40 communities across B.C. I hope you can join in at the banner action nearest you! Please email the host listed to let them know if you’re planning to be there.


WHEN: Monday, March 27, 7 A.M.
WHERE: Stanley Park pedestrian overpass, directly west of Beaver Lake
HOST: Peter McCartney,


WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 3 P.M.
WHERE: Highway 99 Overpass at Nordic Drive
HOST: Erich Baumann,


WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
WHERE: Highway 99 Overpass near London Drugs, Garibaldi Highlands
HOST: Tracey Saxby,


WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 2:30 P.M.
WHERE: Gibsons Way & North Road intersection
HOST: Alexandra Woodsworth,

Hosts will bring the banners - all you need to do is show up, and bring a friend or two if you can!

If you can’t make it this time but want to get plugged in, please join the growing Frack Free BC movement at our next welcome call, coming up on Monday, April 3 at 5:30 P.M. PT. RSVP here to get the Zoom link!

There’s been an incredible response to this day of action - there are more than 120 poster and banner actions planned this weekend across the province! It's going to make a huge splash, and I hope you'll all be part of it!

In solidarity,

Tracey Saxby

Executive Director
My Sea to Sky

P.S. Looking for more info on Frack Free BC and what this day of action is all about? Check out the toolkit here.

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