The MP for West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country will be holding a series of community meetings in her riding to hear comments about a proposed woodfibre liquefied natural gas project.
The project would be located 7 kilometers southwest of Squamish.
Pam Goldsmith-Jones wants to know what the public thinks of the Environmental Assessment Agency’s public report on the upstream greenhouse gas emissions associated with such a facility.
The report can be accessed on-line on the Environment and Climate Change Canada website.
The provincial report on the project can be found on the BC Environmental Assessment Office site.
Goldsmith-Jones will be in Squamish and West Vancouver before hosting a community meeting at the Heritage Playhouse in Gibsons a week from today.