We want a HOME town, not a BOOM town

April 20, 2024
Eoin Finn

Stand up and speak up at the public hearing on April 23. Photo: Jimmy Martinello

Human rights impacts. Missing reports. Traffic safety concerns. Pressure tactics. No plans for waste management. No transparency or accountability mechanisms. No legacy benefits for the community.

These are just a few of the issues with Woodfibre LNG's application for a Temporary Use Permit for a floating workcamp to house up to 650 workers.

On Tuesday, April 23, the District of Squamish is holding a public hearing to listen to the community’s concerns as they consider this application.

Three ways you can take action!

This is a critical moment in the fight to stop Woodfibre LNG. Tell the District of Squamish to reject Woodfibre LNG's floating workcamp!

1. Send a letter to council by 6pm, April 23.

We've put together a list of key concerns and a template letter to make it easy. Use our letter writing tool or email council directly: hearing@squamish.ca

Personalized messages are the most impactful.

2. Come out and hold a sign

No preparation necessary! Grab a sign at the entrance and hold it up during the public hearing from 6pm till late. RSVP here!

3. Sign up to speak at the public hearing

If you'd like to speak at the public hearing on April 23, 2024, email phspeakerslist@squamish.ca now to sign up to the Speaker's List.

Each speakers will have 3 minutes. RSVP here and check out the list of key concerns for inspiration. You can also hold a sign when you're not speaking.


Public information meeting

WHEN: 6pm till late, Tuesday April 23, 2024
Doors open at 5:15pm.

WHERE: Brennan Park Recreation Centre
1009 Centennial Way, Squamish BC



We want a HOME town, not a BOOM town.

Eoin Finn

Research Director
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