Drop in to MK Delta Lands Group Public Information Meeting!
Topics covered will include MK Delta Lands Group’s development plans in Burns Bog. MK Delta Lands Group has requested to create an industrial subdivision on the property at 7969 Highway 91 Connector.
When: Thursday February 25, 2016 @ 4pm-8pm
Where: Delta Town & Country Inn (6005 Hwy 17A)
Click here to help us save Burns Bog from development and protect its natural state for future generations.
We hope to see you there!
Send in your comments on The Environmental Assessment of the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project
The Project Definition Report (PDR) for the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project is open to public commenting. It includes the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s plan for replacing the George Massey Tunnel. The report includes other plans related to Highway 99 improvements between Bridgeport Road in Richmond and Highway 91 in Delta.
The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) will have a public comment period to get feedback on the draft Environmental Assessment for the replacement project. The public commenting period for the Project’s Environmental Assessment is February 15, 2016.
Learn more and provide your feedback at www.masseytunnel.realhearings.org
Photo Credit: BC Government Website
There will be a public forum on LNG on Tuesday, December 8, from 7pm-9pm. The forum will be taking place at Crossroads United Church-7655 120 Street, Delta, BC.
Public speakers include:
Dr. Eoin Finn, B.Sc. (Chemistry), Ph.D. (Physical Chemistry), MBA (International Business),
Kevin Washbrook, Director at Voters Taking Action on Climate Change (VTACC),
Mel Clifton, Elder from Tsimshian and Gitxan nations.
Sponsored by The Burns Bog Conservation Society. Donations appreciated. Thank you!
Why is Delta agreeing to the expansion of the LNG plant on the Fraser River? Why is Delta not fighting to stop the building of a wharf for LNG tankers in the Fraser River?
The real question is, why is Delta willing to put your life and your family’s at risk? Why is Delta willing to place the largest salmon-bearing river in the world at risk?
No one wants an LNG plant in their backyard. Sign the petition to help us fight the LNG plant expansion, the second pipeline, and the building of a wharf for LNG tankers in Delta, British Columbia.