Woodfibre LNG Announces Public Consultation Dates

Woodfibre LNG invites you to participate in upcoming community consultation. These will be the first in several consultation sessions, as Woodfibre LNG is seeking feedback regarding several topics related to project planning and environmental assessment.

Please email info@woodfibrelngproject.ca to RSVP for Small Group Meetings. Open Houses will be drop-in format, so no RSVP is required.

Small Group Meetings:

Squamish

Feb 4

1pm to 3pm

West Vancouver  

Feb 4

6pm to 8pm

Whistle

Feb 5

1pm to 3pm

Squamish

Feb 6

1pm to 3pm

Squamish

Feb 6

6pm to 8pm

Britannia Beach

Feb 12 

1pm to 3pm

 Open Houses:

Squamish 

Feb 5

5pm to 8pm 

Howe Sound Inn & Brewing Company

Squamish

Feb 15 

1pm to 4pm

Executive Suites Hotel & Resort

 

For more ways to provide feedback, please visit the Woodfibre LNG website.

 

 

Comments

  1. Jean says:
  2. Ed Alder says:

    Well Jean, it hasn’t happened yet in Squamish. We’ve had natural gas service for decades so far. Most likely your home is heated that way? Maybe your water is heated that way? Maybe your clothes dryer is heated that way? I know that I enjoy all of those clean energy modes plus cooking with natural gas. Now you would have a closed mind about this clean energy form creating jobs and industry in Squamish? A town that deserves more opportunity for good paying “career” level jobs, much like those lost by Woodfibre, BC Rail, Interfor industrial facilities closing down? If you’re going to be a NIMBY, for gods sake don’t be a hypocrite! Learn about what you criticize BEFORE opening your mouth! Be informed or be silent.

  3. heather says:

    I was very fortunate to attend today’s informative meeting under the auspices of Eion Linn. Many Geologists have expressed concern about this proposed facility and indeed, LNG in Canada. Do not be mislead by a previous reader’s name-calling – rather do further research as per the links given to us today. It is a serious safety concern that this terminal would be located so close to an urban centre (Mercury emission, vapour plumes, flash-fires). Apart from the dangerous emissions, some reasons why the Woodfibre LNG proposal causes concern is that we do not know who the owners are, where they are located, what their experience is, what their safety record of transport and storage is, etc. etc.

    1) http://commonsensecanadian.ca/category/energy-2/lng/
    2) http://watershedsentinel.ca/content/scientist%E2%80%99s-report-casts-doubt-clark%E2%80%99s-lng-figures

    Heather