Today I share a newsletter from the Sierra Club BC:
Kayakers rejoice! The B.C. government has closed the deal on a key piece of land connecting two spectacular marine parks, and featuring a historic portage trail and aboriginal clam garden. Congratulations to Sierra Quadra and Quadra Islanders who laboured for 17 years to make it happen.
Join the People’s Procession & Rally on Saturday, April 12th to raise community awareness and voice opposition to Kinder Morgan’s proposed TransMountain pipeline.
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Joseph Boutilier is taking one wheel to the road, embarking via unicycle on a 5,000 km trip to Ottawa to call on government to take action on climate change, respect for First Nation treaties and inherent land rights and an end to the muzzling of publicly-funded scientists.
A big thank you to Bill Hartley Insurance Services for their Sierra Club Insurance Program, whose home and tenant insurance programs help to support our work.
Photo credits (top to bottom): Andrew S. Wright; Zefa Stock creative commons image; Carol-Lynne Michaels; Ralph Keller; Sierra Club BC.
Sierra Club BC’s mission is to protect B.C.’s wilderness and wildlife, especially in light of global warming.