Why isn’t BC Parks offering a public hearing?

BC Parks own Protected Area Boundary Adjustment Policy states public hearings are a guiding principal for protected area boundary changes so why are they not offering a public hearing for the proposed removal of land from Stawamus Chief Park for the Sea to Sky Gondola Corporation?

Even the developer’s website states:

“There will be many formal opportunities for the public to have meaningful input during the District of Squamish rezoning process for the base terminal site, the BC Parks Assessment for the required rights of way and the SLRD land use process for the top terminal.”

Speak up for our Park!

Write Premier Clark and Environment Minister Terry Lake and demand a hearing. Premier Christy Clark   premier@gov.bc.ca

Hon.Terry Lake  env.minister@gov.bc.ca

You can check out the Protected Area Boundary Adjustment Policy here and the current Management Plan for Stawamus Chief Park here.

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