What People Are Saying

Six-month cleanup at Woodfibre begins

August 9, 2018

Crews have started a six-month operation to clean up old pulp mill structures at the Woodfibre site. “This latest cleanup work at the Woodfibre LNG site means thousands of creosote-treated piles will be cut or removed entirely from the waters of Howe Sound,” said Byng Giraud of Woodfibre LNG.

Squamish Chief View

Cleanup of LNG site in Squamish underway

August 9, 2018

Work has begun in Squamish to dismantle the remnants of an old pulp mill site to make way for the Woodfibre LNG project. The cleanup is being done by Sukwi7 Contracting – a subsidiary of Nchu7mut Contracting, a Squamish Nation business unit – and Vancouver Pile Driving Ltd.

Business in Vancouver View

Letter to Editor: Darrell Bay

August 3, 2018

Woodfibre LNG is proposing is to lease the lower two parking lots of Darrell Bay, and the land and foreshore for four years beginning in Oct. 2018 to use as a transportation hub for workers during the construction of the Woodfibre LNG Project.

Squamish Chief View

Woodfibre LNG is a good fit for Squamish

July 23, 2018

Contrary to what is suggested in the article “Industry and conservationists square off over B.C.’s Howe Sound” (July 21), the shipping of natural gas in its liquid form is safe.

Vancouver Sun View

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