Members of the legislature who support action on the issue:

  • Liberal caucus calls for transparent health impact assessment (HIA) of coal port expansion, done in consultation with public Health Authorities: Letter.
  • NDP caucus supports call for independent HIA of coal export expansion.  Letter.
  • Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver calls on government to show leadership on thermal coal exports. Blog post.
  • Independent MLA Vicki Huntington calls on Port Authority to commit to independent HIA. Letter.

Provincial government ministry responses to date here.

Public comments to the provincial government below.

To send your own comments to the Province, go here. 

NameCitySubjectMessage
Paul BachVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
D ReppenhagenS DeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Miguel ReimerBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Christopher HeffleyVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barb DuncanDuncanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Douglas RoyVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gary NorgardBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nicholai RitchitelliEdmontonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jorden ArsenaultVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am deeply worried about the possibility of a large scale coal export project in the Georgia Strait. I grew up sailing with my family in these waters, and we treasure all this amazing area has to offer, from it's beaches and hole-in-the-wall anchorages to fishing spots and wildlife. Please reconsider this projects' location or, at the very least, make sure it passes through a rigorous environmental assessment.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Simon DyakowskiVancouverI support the proposed Fraser Docks Project!Please approve this project - the environmentalists who oppose this have no basis for doing so. They lack a fundamental understanding of the functioning of the economy and have no legitimate business in having a say in this project unless they own land in the area or are shareholders of the enterprises involved. Thank you for advancing BCs economy!
Marilyn GoodeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal expansion is a BIG problem! I have just returned from 3 weeks in Hong Kong where the air quality is not good. The coal fired factories in China produce huge amounts of CO2 and pollution which blows down to Hong Kong:-( The air smells and tastes bad and people with respiritory problems really suffer there. The problems are even worse in Beijing and other large Chinese cities. Why does your government ignore the facts, COAL is DIRTY!!!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Murray GoodeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Caitlan WilsonAlmonteI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen MurphyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in Vancouver and I am very interested in ensuring that my lower mainland and Fraser Valley environment is as safe and clean as possible, and as free from environmental contaminants as Chief medical officers for Fraser and Vancouver Coastal Health deem necessary. I gather The Officers are of the view that we cannot possibly conclude from the Port's environmental assessment that it is safe to move coal on the path of travel proposed. The officers found that the port's assessment did not meet “even the most basic requirements of a health impact assessment.†It even completely left out communities along the rail, barge and shipping routes."I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. Remember, not only the Coal export and dock interests are represented among the voting population. I look forward to receipt of a response from you in regards the above outlined. Sincerely, Kathleen A.
David RayBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
della ferronErringtonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew SudmantVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Amelia SmolarBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ali NobleNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann PaceyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Charles BlewettWindsorI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
andrew schulzWHITE ROCKI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Diana MacDonaldKaledenI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nancy RobbleeNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chris Meyernorth vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Holly ArntzenSurrey, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in White Rock. The proposed massive increases to coal train traffic through our community are going to have huge impacts. Already we have vast trainloads of coal rumbling through. Why are we destroying our own neighbourhoods and ecology to further the profits of American corporations, at very little benefit to us? The bigger issue is: what exactly is your government's vision for the future of our province? Given the accelerating consequences of climate change, coal is not the place to be investing. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brooke HodsonKamllopsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heather HestlerVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carol Marks-GeorgeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectIt's time to put health and the environment first and business second before it's too late!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Peter ColenbranderVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David KerrVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
DEREK BOOTHNANAIMOI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eronne FosterCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Christine LaufferBurk's FallsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a mother and grandmother I am writing to you to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ella BattenNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal is a dangerous product, who's impact will be felt through out our communities for years. It is unacceptable to sacrifice health and environment through the continuation of coal exportation. I urge you to support a comprehensive, independent health impact assessment covering the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks - Texada coal export project. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janet CoatesvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Grace OkineVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHello - I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eleanor CoffeyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Claire TamNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
J ChurcherVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathy HeislerPort MoodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate GoodwinVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
esther chasewest vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Len SatovVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
D. HarteKelownaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chris CarterCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
janet wardVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barry BuckleSecheltI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Pamela DicerBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Speaking as someone who's breathing is already compromised by asthma and allergies, I am pleased to know that 13 municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project.If we have not fully assessed how human health will be affected, where is will to discover how wildlife are going to be affected going to come from?I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
karen stickneylewistonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kelly DurrVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karen MayVan AndaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a resident of Texada Island I am concerned about the impact of dramatically increased coal handling and storage on our island. Specifically, I am concerned about adverse effects on our water sheds, on our air quality, and on the marine environment. The health and environmental impacts of this venture here on Texada, in the Lower Mainland, and on the intervening marine highway need to be thoroughly and objectively assessed before any decision is made.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Stephen AberleVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
adriana spighisandspitI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cheryl MacgregorMervilleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bhavana LymworthVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Frances WestovervictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leslie HoodNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ervin JayVancouverYou have a Moral Obligation to access Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectFirstly, if the US wants it's coal shipped let the US handle it. The transportation of raw materials from one country to another for shipment to a third, in this case, is not necessary. The people there do not want to have to deal with the issues. Well, neither should we.. Do what Government is supposed to do, listen to the people and not simply dop the bidding of profit hungry companies.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jamie MarshallNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rivka SteinVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
James RaymondVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectYou must include climate change in your impact assessment. Please do the right thing for our future, not for the oil industry and their lobbists.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Josef KrancevicVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectTo whom it may concern,And by that I mean everyone in the global community. What are you thinking? Is it that we can't we find anything dirtier to burn than coal? Is that why we are considering moving someone else's coal through our jurisdiction? Are we blind to the global climate change going on all around us? To our B.C. Ministers Lake and Polak,What are you thinking? We are putting ourselves and every other organism on the planet at risk by pursuing this mad rush to extract export and burn every molecule of carbon based fuel possible as soon as possible. We should be world leaders in the development and utilization of renewable sources of energy. We have the talent and we have the will but our elected leaders are not doing the job of representing us, their constituants. We have virtually nothing to gain by shipping this coal through our ports and waters and everything to lose. The time is right to steer ourselves away from letting other jurisdictions ship their carbon based fuels through our land and waters. We needn't put our lives and the health of creatures great and small in jeopardy for the profit of a few from elsewhere. Show your intelligence, your heart your respect for those you represent and for all yet to be born and stop this madness now. What is needed is to shout an unequivocal no to anyone who wants to use us to push their profit-minded short-sighted drive to extract the earth's resources and burn them pell-mell in the face of our mutually assured destruction.Who are you, truly? Your actions will tell us loudly and clearly. Say no to coal. We say no to coal.Josef KrancevicI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brad StottRichmond HillI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jackie YurkoedmontonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Herbert LundCourtenay, B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs an elected representative of the Canadian people, your duty is to respect our wishes, (demand) for a TRUE assessment of any health hazards involved with these coal shipments. I am 90 years old and won't see the results of this fiasco but hope (expect) you will not leave our and your children and grandchildren with a dirty coastline or province. You have the power to stop this senseless environment polution of our waterways for a few more corporation dollars. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Doug StimsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dave ShirkRadium Hot SpringsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marcel RobergeBrandonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Florence ErwinNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ken jeannotteVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
eveline woltersonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Natalie Van LeekwijckBeavertonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hanna YangVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Robyn MonkVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marg GorrieNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Ministers Lake and Polak,I am writing to express my concern about the proposed coal transfers at Fraser Surrey Docks. My husband and I live in New Westminster and he suffers from asthma. I am very concerned about the potential for deterioration in air quality which would exacerbate his asthma. Please consider a inclusion of a full health assessment of the proposed coal shipments before permitting a decision on this matter.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Philippe CharrierRennesI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carol AndersonQuadra IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathy ThomasWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectPlease pay attention to this... Lasting repercussions... Can't be undone... Please stop this!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tracy RidlerNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Curtis JohnsonFanny Bay, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Molly HenryVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am a university student studying environmental issues, and I am deeply concerned by the environmental and health impacts associated with coal exports within British Columbia. As a proud resident of BC, it disturbs me to see our province setting us down an economically and environmentally unsustainable track, and failing to protect our present and our future.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. You must use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project, including the upstream and downstream climate impacts. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joel HawthorneVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a retired health care professional, I am writing to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joan McHardyVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
scott coveyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Peer QuartermainVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. In short:WHY DON'T YOU get off the pot and LISTEN and then ACT sensibly, ethically,and thoughtfully? Or is that too much to ask.
Helene ReillySt. CatharinesI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Vince MendietaAustinI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann GoncalvesVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nigel DickAbbotsfordI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
DD. DrobenaKelownaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
gabrielle johnvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brent SwainRoyston BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. My lungs are extremely sensitive to particulate matter, such that whenever I am in a city, I start coughing quickly, and it doesn't stop until I have been out of town for several days. What effect will this coal dust have on someone like me? Do you even know?
jim leubalangleyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWhy are we stuck selling dirty coal and tar sands oil? Where is our leadership? Can you not find any better way to go for our economy? I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ruth ChittySurrey,BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write with growing concerns regarding the proposed project by Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge to increase transportation of US thermal coal exports by land and sea to be exported for the purpose of burning for energy in China and other countries. I urge you to intervene in the permitting process for coal trans shipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks on all communities that will be affected before decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
June RyderVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAlthough I do not live near a rail line, I am concerned about the potential impact of coal trains, coal storage and transhipment on other communities traversed by railway.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Robert HoughtonSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mary PetersNanaimoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John MacFarlaneMontrealI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jesse NewmanVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John ClaxtonGibsonsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Aaron QuesnelVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Robin CarrVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sandra BruneauVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear BC Health and Environment Ministers Terry Lake and Mary Polak:Coal export areas of the province are not close to where I live but those residents are members of my, and your, larger community. Thus it matters how coal exports will affect areas in closest geographic proximity to ports which will (potentially) handle such exports as these.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Patricia HolmOlympiaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anne BaumanCumberlandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarb LalliSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bill ProutenNorth YorkI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen LochheadNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Robert ConnollyAncasterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marie WakefieldNewportI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gillian Darling KovanicBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
gershon growevancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brian HaleyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectFor the sake of your own children and children's children, and all citizens of British Columbia, please sir, will you consider initiating a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment of the Fraser Surrey Docks-Texada coal export project. A proper, in-depth and fully independent study is what you owe all British Columbians. Our collective health is at stake.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Erinn ToddFort ErieI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jane PopeOttawaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a former BC resident and frequent visitor I find these kinds of government processes very disturbing.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Miriam SanuaVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nadia MorrisonPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kenia ovallevancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David ArlandSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
COLLEEN ROBINSONNORTH VANCOUVERI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dorothy Norris-ElyeWinnipegI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. We already know that these typically involve potentially deadly health and environmental impacts, because of corner-cutting and a lack of regulatory control - we're hoping that you've already seen the same results too many times, as have we, and are willing to take the appropriate steps to protect human and ecological health.
Violet LanthierSudburyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Wm. CackettevancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gary JohnsonVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Margaret JohnsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Richard HornerVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Luke TurveyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alison MartinVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tammy bentznorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
karen skjonhalsMerrittI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe environment effects all of us who call the earth our home. We need to protect both our citizens and the earth. As a , politician you have the power to do this.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Wei-Quin WongVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hannelore PinderVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectPlease protect the citizens from this highly questionable coal export scheme. Coal should not be burned and to ship it around the world will not only increase the burning of this toxic material, it will also affect the health of anybody who leaves in the neighbourhood of these railway lines and shipyards. Coal dust is a health hazzard!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
mary ann mcdonaldGabriolaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarah BjorknasVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI have several concerns about the expansion of coal transfers from the U.S. through our area. One very personal reason is the fact that I have asthma. The air quality in the Lower Mainland is of great concern to me, for myself and for others with compromised airways. The other major concern I have is that continuing and increasing the transport of thermal coal while we have stopped using it ourselves is ethically bankrupt. These kinds of contradictions do not build a healthy society.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ole NielsonAbbotsfordI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Yvonne SchmitzCalgaryI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carol TorchiaBellevueI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karan PrakashbramptonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarena TalbotVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
derek visserpentictonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jason FisherCampbell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jim ErvinN. BurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAre you aware that coal exports or any natural resources sent to China are being sent to a nuclear power which rivals the U.S. in it's strength. By allowing these exports, you are helping to build the military mite of a country which could destroy the U.S. and then Canada. Japan was similarly provided with the raw materials of war in the 1930's. To not learn from this lesson of history will cause you to be seen one day as a traitor to your own country.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leonard AllanVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jane DevonshisreVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectNot only is the coal coming into our ports detrimental to our health, the blowback we get from China's pollution impacts our health as well. The levels of lead and other toxins is surprising for us on the island which thus begs the question, "Where is it coming from?" No one seems to speak to the problem of radiation either coming off the coal. We deserve to know the facts. The coal particulates in the form of soot are so minuscule that they can make their way down into the alveoli sacs and damage our lungs. My daughter is asthmatic and I find all this very distressful. Where are our moral values? What about families first?I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jocelynn RodriguesVanvouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jaella RodriqueBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Maggie BernetWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lou AllinsOOKEI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Michael AshtonCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sally GilesFlushingI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jessica MacGregorNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barrie WebsterVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectOur grandsons live in the greater Vancouver area that stands to be impacted by this coal transshipment terminal. Their future on a healthy planet depends on our ensuring that we do not exacerbate climate change by making it easier for others across the world to add more CO2 to the atmosphere. A valid comprehensive environmental assessment of the project will address these issues.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karen McIvorVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan AndrewsVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janet HummelArmstrongI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marianne FlorySaskatoonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kenneth LindemereNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
annette wittemanMayne islandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jodie BergeronNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Sirs,I would like to know the facts of the complete environmental assessment and what independent health impact assessments that were done to make you consider coal expansion anywhere in BC including the North Shore and the Fraser Surrey Docks. These assessments should be mandatory and accessible by the public. We should be included in the decision making process and we need to see the full extent of the report to make educated decisions. I am also interested in seeing the basis for your decisions on coal expansion. This will help me decide who I want running the province I love and live in. What is it that's important to you - what is your decision and why? It is imperative that our health is factored into this process.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan WalkerVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Charlotte SparhamPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe proposal to export coal by means of transshipment at Texada Island is directly relevant to all inhabitants of Powell River, of which I am one. I am not opposed per se, but do expect our provincial government (and you as responsible ministers) to do the most basic of due diligence and commission a serious, independent health impact study, as requested by Drs. VanBuynder and Daly. Perceived short-term economic gain at the cost of long-term public health problems would be no gain at all, but a net loss and an ongoing drain on the public purse. Please have this homework done by a qualified independent body, and take their findings into account when making your final decision.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jim StelfoxCalgaryI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hagit HalperinBrooklynI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mel BurkholderVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Muriel OverallLake CowichanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jane GriffithsRoberts CreekI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leanne NuttLangleyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barry SaxifragevancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal trains create large amounts of coal dust. More coal trains means more coal dust. The health impacts of the huge proposed surge in coal trains through the Metro Vancouver region have not be adequately studied. This surge in coal traffic is not for Canadian coal, it is for USA coal exports. Citizens of Metro Vancouver should not be subjected to such a poorly evaluated risk. The out-cry south of the border around coal ports makes me think that other cities feel the same way. Study the health effects properly FIRST. Canadians deserve it. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
RUTH MADSENKAMLOOPSI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Helene BernardinWinnipegI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nancy BeachSquirrel CoveI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Savannagh RyaneNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
randy richetport hammondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dale StoneReginaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Avalon FindlayNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara CharronRichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Elaine BurnsCampbell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lynn SalmonCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alda GramesHalfmoon Bay,B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ruth BescriptTucsonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rob McDermotVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Juergen DankwortVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Caleb McLeanSuttonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sophie DoyleVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHi there,I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. My boyfriend and i live and own property in Vancouver and on Merrell island (near Texada.) I am very concerned about direct health and environmental risks that the Fraser Surrey Docks-Texada Coal export project might cause to our community and surrounding land. We have the right to know full coverage of this information before this project is considered. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heather NielsenW vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe live in the city, close to the proposed water corridor , we are VERY concerned about the health impacts from this proposed plan: increased air pollution & effluent from the ships polluting our oceans & beaches. This plan has many impediments. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Irwin RapoportMontrealI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
natasha dimitrijevicdeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAlready we are breathing in so much coal dust that it is impacting our health. I got asthma for example. The balcony is thickly coated black every spring, not to speak of the curtains and the windows. The prudent thing to do would be to move but we have been here for more than thirty years and I don't see why I should have to move because a group of people want to put more money in their pockets. I am sick and tired of the assaults on the citizens in the name of profit!So, I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
lloyd henriquesnanoose b.c.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sylvie MaillouxLongueuilI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
yvonne adalianvancouver b.c.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brooke WatsonVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal exports would negatively affect myself and my community in Greater Victoria by placing more pressure on our ecosystems to swiftly adapt to climate change. Personally, I keep my carbon footprint as low as possible and am learning the science and art of composting.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David HerzigTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Greta JansenCourtenayTexada-Fraser Surrey Docks Coal ProjectCoal dust cannot be contained and is extremely dangerous to our health. Please put people before profit!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Danielle PearsonPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI currently live in Powell River and I choose to live here because of the pristine beauty, good water, and clean air. These things would all be compromised if the coal export proposal is passed. I would be actively interested in living else where. I know some people are swayed by the idea of industry and jobs, but many industries and jobs already existing in Powell River and the surrounding areas would be jeopardized by the introduction of coal exports on Texada, specifically tourism. Powell River and the surrounding area are doing very well without this kind of unhealthy and unethical industry. BC is known world wide for its natural beauty, which would be irreversibly harmed by introducing this coal project. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honor these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jan HalvarsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gord HalbotTottenhamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Patricia McClungNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
allison bedfordcambridgeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan ParkerVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alex McEachernEdmontonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Moses TowellVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara GrantBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate HodgsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Health and Environment Ministers,I am a teenager living in Vancouver, and I am deeply concerned about the level of impact the Fraser Surrey docks-Taxeda coal export project will have on the health of my community, and the long-term effect that coal exports will have on the global climate. Speaking as a member of the generation that will have to withstand the consequences of decisions being made today, I urge you to recognize the dangers of this proposal.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nancy FurnessPort CoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Pam FreirGaliano IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal shipments could affect the health of everybody in Southern BC! But I don't know what the risks are.I deserve this information.Please comply with my request.Pam FreirI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sean DwyervancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Queenly LeeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tony YangVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mary MacBethSidneyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rita WongVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectClimate change is a serious and urgent concern, one that requires visionary and environmentally literate government.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brianne StremelBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glenn ThomsonDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am a resident of North Delta. I live a block from the Rails that will accommodate the coal cars reaching Surrey Fraser docks. I fear that the effects of coal residual in the form of dust and particles will not be healthy for me, my family and the hundreds of people who use the Bog trails. I also fear that my property will de-value because of the train cars carrying coal. Please be conscientious for the people who may suffer from the potential health and environmental risks.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Richard MooreVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hilda DyckBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal export proposals would effect our health and wildlife.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sheila PaulCobble HillI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dawn/Brian BrownWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kerstin GreinerVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Isobel ColeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI worry about the detrimental health results from the diesel fumes that come from the trains carrying the coal. I worry about the coal spills on the farmlands and in the rivers and marshes near the tracks.I worry about the noise pollution of the long trains, and the dangers to wild life in the region. I worry about the environmental degradation, and about the way the ecosystems will be harmed. I don't want to leave this kind of world for my grandchildren.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Geoff GerhartWhistlerI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
leslie southernpowell riverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rowan Keegan-HenryMayne IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in the Gulf Islands and do not wish to have coal dust blowing over my property. We have dealt with a similar issue already with ships carrying gypsum powder. Coal is even more injurious I think.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Denis HughesLadysmithI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Angela ChanCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eva GreenTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Amber HubleyComoxI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Angela RaberVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Emma GarrodVancouverPlease assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectTo the Ministers of Health and Environment, Energy and Mines and the Hon. Christy Clark,My name is Emma Garrod and I have been a BC resident for my entire life. I spent childhood summers on Galiano Island falling in love with what it means to be British Columbian and connected to this land. I currently work as a nurse and look at most things through the lens of health. People's health is intrinsically connected to the environment, both physically and through the many ways British Columbians earn their living. It concerns me that we continue to make decisions that support dirty and dangerous energy sources and not invest in clean, sustainable technologies.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Graham RobertsonDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in the Annieville district of North Delta, just two blocks up the hill from the Fraser Surrey Docks. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jean Y. StephansonRocky Mountain House ABI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jana Smithnorth vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bill WheelerManson's LandingI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectNo thermal coal.
Patrica SkyVANCOUVERI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am strongly opposed to importing more US coal through Surrey or any other docks on the Fraser River, and across to Texada Island for shipping to Asian markets. Coal transported through our environment and communities has proven to increase child developmental problems, lung and other health problems, and it has a polluting effect on marine environments. We can do so much better than this. I also disagree with supplying polluting energy materials to China and other markets where their environmental health is already severely compromised. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Liz WinstonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectLet's move on! It's time to reconsider our priorities. We need to start investing in cleaner energy solutions at some point, WHY NOT NOW?! Initiate the process and start making money on that industry insteadI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
sandra loweBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI understand that Port Metro Vancouver has failed to adequately assess the health and ecological risks of shipping up to 8 million tonnes of U.S. thermal coal through White Rock, Delta, surrey to the Sunshine Coast and Texada Island. I find this unconscionable and irresponsible.An independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health should be done before any coal is transported through these neighbourhoods.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process to ensure that there is adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Colleen CutaynePort CoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sally AbrahamRoberts CreekI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karl David ReinhardtWebster Groves (Saint Louis)I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Montana BrockleyKrestovaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarah KennedySquamishI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan BibbingsWest VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHello,Living close to these proposed shipping routes with you husband and four children, I am extremely worried about the human health and environmental repercussions of this coal export project.But beyond such personal implications, I am beyond amazed in this era of climate change crisis as to why the promotion of coal burning is even being contemplated anywhere on our over-stressed planet. This is such short term financial gain for the few, long term disaster for our children, insane thinking!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ray TaylorBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe Lower Mainland has been my home from the start. My children were born and are growing up in this world class destination. We all know that coal is toxic to humans and animals. I want my children and their children to live long and healthy lives. I want to live the rest of my life as healthfully as possible, an a clean environment. Do you think tourism and real estate would survive in a dirty place? Would our "liveability" rank would drop down into the hundreds? What about health costs?But this is not a decision to be made with money smarts. There are more important smarts to be applied here. The health and welfare of the citizens. The quality of life of the people who call this their home. The environment that we live in and live off of. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brooke StraithNelsonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karen LewisVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew KayeS. SurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David PatersonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a 20 year Vancouver citizen I urge you to take closer look at the world we are preparing future generations to live in...There are sustainable options to fossil fuel. In light of current efforts to send our Canadian ferma overseas please consider a provincial environmental assessment and a comprehensive, independent health impact assessment covering the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks-Texada coal export project. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Agnes WattsVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in Vancouver part of the year and on Pender Island for the remainder of the year. I have relatives that live on Texada Island and friends on various other Gulf islands. We are all greatly concerned about how this proposal will impact our quality of life. Coal is a dirty fuel, when it is mined, when it is shipped, and when it is burned. It should no longer be used by anyone. There are better alternatives.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David MivasairVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
s AugerTrois-RivieresI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dan ZubkovVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rahel BailieRichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
BLANCHE TOOBERTGRASS VALLEYI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
randy oravecdiamond cityI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Olle JohanssonStockholmI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
john mccordicNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Theresa ByerRichmond HillI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marlyn TurnerMayne IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Peter LipsHuntsvilleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nancy LemonKingstonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rachel ChesterTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am writing in support of the people this issue will affect.This could happen anywhere in Canada. The rights and protection of our environment are at risk. So I am writing to say this is wrong. Coal is wrong, and has nothing but negative affects on our planet as a whole.Lets reduce our energy use and look to more life sustaining energies. Not ones that have destructive results.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kim SecundaEASTSOUNDI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am a mother and healthcare worker and here next door to you in the San Juans', Orcas island. I feel close to Canada, these feelings of warmth and admiration are falling away and alarm and fear are taking the place of respect. I am worried deeply by the threat of increased vessel traffic and concerned on Many levels. Please ask yourself who fronts the money for the inevitable disaster and is that smart spending- the math will not work out- look around, the multinational mess of tagging and sorting all this is a nightmare. Transboundry legalities will cost dearly America is notorious for Failure. I tell you strongly do not throw us all backwards. The Salish Sea is so very precious and presently struggling as it is. We here on Orcas are squeaking by on a tourist based economy, the health and apparent beauty of this place is what brings folks up here. If we damage it, this place it is over. Some fleeting monetary gain is not worth the moral and ecological debt and guilt that will come with this short sighted reactionary scheme. It is past time to wake up and get clean and coal is filthy is every way. As are all fossil fuels. Remember: It makes us sick. An environmental Assessment is a joke and a waste. Fossil Fuel, as we know it so far = Not worth it. My children are not for sale! Regardless off any and all you must face the fact that Tribal / Indigenous/ First Nations have Laws against t. Given the recent Truth and Reconciliation efforts it is perverse that this plan even pass anyones lips. It is an outrage and we the people will not stand for it. Stop wasting out time and tears on obscene games and get to the real work. Let history teach you.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
claris figueirahalifaxI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jim ChristiansenTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John PinezichLongmontI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tony JarvisGabriolaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Frank HovendenCourtrenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rita FloorDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heinz EngelmannHalfmoon BayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Louise SalterComoxI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a resident of the Comox Valley whose home overlooks Texada Island and Powell River, I am very concerned about the health effects such transshipments pose and I urge you to reconsider this proposal to ship coal through this region.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Devin BradenVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sara HoshooleyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karl SchiffernsSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectPlease review this idea as it will affect our future generations for years to come as we know once this starts it will not stop. I ask you to do what is right for our province for now and for the future as I think it has been proven that this is not the best idea for our province. Thank you. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Linda GillisNew Westminster, B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe already get enough dust from industry and also from all the cars from both bridges coming across the water.Quayside area doesn't need to be spoiled with dirty air and grime. ....we don't need any more pollution! Green parks and fresh air is important for us to breathe. We enjoy our walk along the riverfront. Please don't ruin the beauty we have here. New Westminster could be a great destination for tourists as it is near skytrain and it is on the riverfront. Let's not spoil it. Linda GillisI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leona RothneyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
keenan reimer-wattsbreslauI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI feel that the coal industry affects my generation as one of the most important issues of our time - the problem of global warming is something that needs to be addressed on every level of government, as well as through people at my level, as citizens. I only wish there would be none of it at all, however, as that is very unlikely, i wish it be done in the best possible manner, with as little impact as possible on future generations. With Respect,Keenan Reimer-WattsI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sahamara EpkensRichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Yvon RaoulVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWhy are environmental reviews avoided when dealing with such matters. Shouldn't they be a legal prerequisite? More and more I feel our governments bypass community interests in favour of private corporate ones. Aren't governments, in a democratic society, elected to respond first and foremost to public needs? I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anita WintersVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Elizabeth CrossVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectMy husband and I are recreational users of the waterways around greater Vancouver. We greatly value the health of the greater Vancouver waterways for our personal enjoyment and the enjoyment of our family. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Burtt FidlerGabriolaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am writing to you as a Gulf Island resident, a tax payer, and a citizen of this province. I write to you today, to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heather FowlerNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
travis connellynew westminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sean KingVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
frances logansaltspring islandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs far as I have heard and read the coal is not allowed to be shipped across parts of USA due to health concerns, WHy does anyone think that we would want to ship it near where we live, We can get jobs from other sources .Dont ship it for the money, health comes first. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lois SchwarzPort MoodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Walter WilliamsCumberlandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Frances CalcraftDawson CreekI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI know someone who is already affected by the coal dust in the Surrey area, and shipping even more coal through there will cause major health problems for people there. Please, have some concern for the health of the people!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jane ParkNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cat L'HirondelleVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leena HasanWinnipegI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brian WoodvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectCoal dust has long been known as a health hazard. Coming from England with Asthma I have had direct experience of the problems and I am appalled out how governments can ignore history and science if they think it might reduce revenue. Incase those on power have forgotten some basic common sense, prevention is usually cheaper than cure.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
lorenz steiningerhohenwartI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
alison merkeloak parkI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Douglas JacksonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWHO ARE YOU REPRESENTING?I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Nancy McCandlessDuncanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glenn ParkinsonPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in Powell River within breathing distance of Texada Island. I don't want my airshed contaminated by mountains of coal planned to be transshipped from there. I am also concerned about the effect on sea life in the proximity of the staging area and wildlife on the island.I am asking you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
James KlassenSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dr. Catherine SlaterQuadra IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am perplexed and astonished that my government is not fast-tracking B.C. to ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES and CALLING A MORATORIUM ON ALL FOSSIL FUELS. CLIMATE CHANGE THREATENS THE GLOBAL ECONOMY, CIVILIZATION AND THE ECOSYSTEM --ALL LIFE!What is this proposal to transport MORE coal all about ? It is pure insanity, knowing the scientific facts!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
bruce hermonburnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Patricia HirschVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThis is too big a risk on so many levels. We need to be progressive not regressive. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daniel BrixSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI visit the ocean side areas the train rides by all the time. I can stay away from there but then how far does this dust travel? Will government allow something else dangerous to my health even closer to home. Questions, always ask questions and be not ashamed...If your just solving problems but not asking questions then you are less than human, thats a computer...Wake Up From Your Trance Humans...-------------------------------------------------I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mary GuilfoyleVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jean FisherWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHaving grown up in London, England, I was subjected to the implications of coal fires, coal storage in the home and surrounding areas and the resulting dust and heavy smogs. Now in my 70's, I suffer from bronchial and respiratory problems. Both of my parents and many members of my family suffered from, and eventually died from respiratory diseases. I wish to avoid the same fate and feel that having an increasing number of coal trains travelling within two blocks of my home will mean putting me at a higher risk. Do not say that the coal dust is contained, the dust on my furniture and white blinds is now black! I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
irene jacobsonnanaimo bcI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Michael EntwisleCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Debbie SoroczanOttawaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
sue yorknanaimoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Judy StevensWinnipegI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jason YeungBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Edwin M. HopkinsDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live down river from Fraser-Surrey Docks and understand that the American coal intended to use the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal project is far softer and dirtier than the hard metallurgical coal currently shipped through DeltaPort.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Valerie UrquhartValemountI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Graham JanzBrandon, ManitobaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mike BothmaWest VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sam McMillanVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carol TaylorCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
nathan jonascoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daniel rogersVancouver/Keats IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am a resident of Keats Island on the Sunshine Coast. It is a place of great beauty from which we watch and see much industrial marine traffic as we are at the mouth of Howe Sound. Barges transporting coal to Texada Island would go right by Keats. Setting aside the atrocious prospect of tons more coal being shipped to be burned producing pollution and more climate change, the thought of barge after barge after barge of coal passing Keats and the prevailing wind blowing the inevitable dust towards our Island is disturbing. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Wendy McNivenVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a Vancouver home-owner, a parent, and a frequent traveller to Vancouver Island, I am concerned about the health effects of coal dust on people I know and love. Further, I am concerned about air quality effects on people in the area whose health is already compromised. Air pollution in the Vancouver area is already visible and distressing. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carl and Linda VisserBurgessville, OntarioI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Michael EnglishCanadaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectMore coal burned affects everyone regardless of where the coal is burned. The CO2 and other pollutants do not just stay where the coal is burned. They impact us all and contribute further to climate change. Let's not pimp coal for the US coal barons.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve. Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan TaylorCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew YoungBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a Burnaby resident I'm concerned about the environmental impact of shipping coal through the Fraser estuary, Georgia Strait, and the Gulf Islands. I'm also concerned about exporting coal to Asia, where there may be no regulations on greenhouse gas emissions.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
andrew spencerpowell river b.c.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janice ThiviergeMill BayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glynis SherwoodVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Stephanie MillerBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
craig klepaknorth vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cherry MeadleyWest VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Arlene SchimmelpfennigVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mahara AllbrettVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Pina ViolaBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Adam WanczuraSaanichtonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marian NadlerErringtonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
john watsonVANCOUVERI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jennifer CrossfieldVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Deborah NewlynVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Debbie MalowaySurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Elizabeth CunninghamPrince George, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate HoughtonCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI have asthma and am constantly getting sinus colds due to pollution that is allowed to be spewed into our environment.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alexander KurthCalgaryI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Laura HackettWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Felicia MareelsVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Fran MANARYSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe have experienced a fine coating of obvious coal dust on our vehicle when we have been down at the waterfront in White Rock on warm but windy days. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Louis ValleeMayneI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHow about injecting a little science and your decision could get public supportI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sonya ReidBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate, third party assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marcos BernaldezNew westminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe health of the Fraser river is very important to the fishing industry in BC. Do not add damage to the Fraser river to other environmental damage mining and burning coal causes I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Rob KnightBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Richard TrembléVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Don GillisCorbeilI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Robert HazlettSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jon CainVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mitra NiVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bryan HaasChilliwackI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectLiving in the Fraser Valley I get the effect of all the pollution from Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby and all points west collecting and concentrating here. I have two grandsons living here as well. One has asthma. I love them both dearly. I do everything I can to make their lives better than mine. This is one of the ways I do that. Please seriously consider an environmental assessment and a comprehensive, independent health impact assessment. Although my grandsons aren't old enough to vote yet, you do serve them. And do keep in mind that my grandsons will vote one day and I will be helping them decide who to vote for. I urge you to the right thing.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lee PesochinVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ruth CampbellVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew ErdelySquamishI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mark DaltonSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHello,I am a resident of South Surrey who is very much opposed to the transfer of U.S. thermal coal through the British Columbia. My opposition comes from several different perspectives. Firstly, we can no longer support the burning of fossil fuels. We are witnessing ever greater change in our climate as a result of greenhouse gas emissions. Humans just cannot continue to burn fossil fuels and we in British Columbia cannot be part of any process that facilitates this practice. Secondly, China has embarked on an aggressive nuclear power program as they are aware first hand of the fact that burning fossil fuels is destroying their local environments. They won't need the coal. Thirdly, there is no viable economic benefit to British Columbia. We are merely pawns in a game to get U.S. coal to China. And fourth, the increased train traffic, noise, dust, air particulates, local traffic disruption, destruction of the Ocean Park bluff, and danger of major accident from a train derailment in a populated area, especially along the White Rock beach area, are just unacceptable. It is beyond common sense to think that the transport of coal through British Columbia to China should even be considered. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lee PesochinVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
cam patersongibsons landing, bcI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan AndrewsVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWith the coal and coal dust disasters happening all around North America, how can you contemplate this stupidity. You don't solve problems with the same thinking that created them. Please update the laws of our province to in led sustainable energy and forget projects like this that use antiquated technology that is ruining our future. Politicians that don't wake up soon, will be relegated to the backwaters of history. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
marg suttongabriolaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ian McClellandSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectTo Ministers Terry Lake and Mary Polak,I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John MackintoshSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lise LoubertVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mark FranklinVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Trudy MiticVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sheila WardSan JuanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Deanna ChattawaysurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
joanne johnsonsurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Samitha JenanoNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
M JansenVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lisa KrepsBURNABYI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alvin HammVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal project I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
jennie stonierWays MillsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ryan tottenVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
judith hazeltonbenningtonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cheri patrickPeterboroughI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tamara Szyma?skaVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am concerned of the impact to my community of the proposed yearly shipment of the 8 million tonnes of U.S. thermal coal through Lower Mainland. Both my daughter and I , we suffer from the asthma, and quality of air is very important to us. From what I understand there was no proper assessment regarding environmental impact especially what kind of direct emission to air and our water this might have. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Susan QuippVictoriaStop the Madness of the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
brett restemeyerNORTH VANCOUVERI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
C ZuccatoWaterlooI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectNo amount of income generated is worth the environmental and health crisis that coal transshipment could cause. Our children and their children should be protected up front.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lorraine LowryTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Czarina GutierrezBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
candace lebeufburnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
don mcphersonburnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
duane underwoodVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara BeveridgeNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live on the eastern tip of Lulu Island, which is across from the Fraser Surrey Docks.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
jordon cookesookeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jezz WoolleySouth DeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chelsea BahrNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectEnhancing coal exports not only puts the water and wildlife that inhabit the area at risk, but eventually people too will feel and see the repercussions of such a hasty money- and greed-driven plan. Listen to the voice of the people rather than what will make you money.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
J. MenardVictotiaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara OhlWest VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jean MilneVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectPlease intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and the expansion of Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please take action as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards. The recent spill in West Virginia of coal dust suppressant chemicals highlights the fact that while widely used, very little is known about such agents and their environmental and health effects. It is obvious to me and should be to you, that any chemicals sprayed onto coal which is shipped, barged and stored uncovered will ultimately make their way into streams, rivers and the marine environment. Equally, it is clear that as these chemicals in astonishingly small quantities can be detected by humans so too can they be by marine animals. The consequences to the herring, salmon, whales and other marine life and their migrations could be devastating.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I am particularly concerned about the proposed expansion of the Texada Quarry in view of published comments that Texada Quarry has been in violation of their existing permit as far as environmental pollution is concerned and that environmental testing by the BC ministry of the facility's existing site has been less than rigorous if it has been done at all. Lack of testing and lack of enforcement of existing permit requirements by the ministry As the number of Coal barges between FSD & Texada Island increases so too does the risk of even one coal-barge losing it's load in the Straight of Georgia or in the Sabine channel. The gigantic single-hulled Cape class ships potentially used to ship the coal from Texada Island present an even more frightening risk of both coal and diesel spills with their well-established poor safety record. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daphne StapletonTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI have friends and relatives who live in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island who are anxious to have a provincial environmental assessment and a comprehensive independent health impact assessment covering the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks-Tesada coal export project.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann LamarcheSudburyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Louisette LanteigneWaterlooI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarah CoscoCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI'm tired of people taking our coast and our health for granted, assuming that these corporations can do whatever they like and things will magically always be okay. That is a stupid assumption and it is NOT backed by scientific evidence.Proper assessments should ALWAYS be done before allowing export projects to go through. Too often we say, "we don't know if it's dangerous so we'll just do it until something bad happens" -- terrible reasoning! Let's take a lesson from air carriers, who operate on a, "we don't know if this is safe, so we won't do it until we're confident it's okay". If we screw up, we probably won't be able to fix the health and environmental damage. I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels that is too great of a risk.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lara HellerVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Beverley HoffmanVernonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bronwyn SpechtPort Moody B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ryan ProvonshaLynnwoodI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
walter forsythpowell riverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Tracey MaynardVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am writing to you because my parents and grandparents live on the banks of the Fraser River in Surrey. I am concerned that the long-term health impacts of this coal transportation project on our community have not been studied comprehensively enough to ensure the safety of Surrey/Delta residents.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brodie Driemelcampbell riverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Roberta KingVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alyson BelangerKingsboro, PEI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
michel gadouryBrockvilleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Mike JonersMontrealI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marilyn GoodeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Murray GoodeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heather GoodeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chris RobinsonCavendishI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI value the health and safety of my BC relatives in White Rock. I am concerned about pollution of air and water from these coal exports.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
SUSAN EYREYAHKI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joan Wilson JonesSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ANDREAS HOBYANUCLUELETI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Sarah HaggerstoneVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dexter WarnerCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Marianne LightfootBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI find it unacceptable that this government seems to be going back in time. It is 2014 and we are talking coal. I don't know how coal dust might effect our community. I have heard from one medical person that asthma will go up. As I take public transit and routinely have to put some piece of clothing over my nose and mouth as a result of car exhaust, I don't think more particulate matter in the air is a good plan.I just read an article this week that the Arctic is being contaminated with mercury from burning coal in the south. It looks to me as though the government's plan is fracking, LNG, pipelines and exporting coal. This is archaic in my opinion.I was raised to be a responsible member of the community. I was sick for many years and now that I finally have my health I tell you I am furious that our government would be so lazy and I feel, corrupt, to be exporting coal in this day and age.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ruth O'BeirneVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
MArio GuilbertTahsisI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWhy do we have to send that coal from BC, why do the US send it from Seatle, it's their product & contamination??I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hadas LevyNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in North Vancouver and see the large mounds of coal that are leaving dust for us all to breathe in. If you allow export, more coal will be extracted!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Vincent MasseyWhistlerI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ellen GriseLADYSMITHI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live on the East Coast of Vancouver Island and could be subjected to any adverse fall out or mishap from this endeavour.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chad BoulangerWhistlerI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
a walshvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Atienne LepageMontrealI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
A J BornVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Aaron AshVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Adam FarrellSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am a concerned citizen regarding the Fraser Surrey Docks expansion. I firmly believe that this not the responsible way to proceed. I call upon you to demand more investment and dedication to cleaner, healthier, and more effective ways to consume energy. There are better and renewable resources out there. I do not want my family, friends, or myself to be exposed to the health risks associated with this development. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Adam IrwinComoxI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI moved my family to this coast so they could enjoy the beauty of nature. Something that this part of the counrty hasn't destroyed, yet. To the benefit of a few digustingly rich; these plans to make the georgia strait a coal export passsage is an assinine. You will destroy the wealth of nature and the lively hood of many if these careless plans are put through.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Adriana OrtegaVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Al SandersBurlington OnI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI have family living in BC and their health and welfare are of prime importance.Shipping coal from US sources or any source for that matter will be a direct contributor to increasing world wide pollution. It has to stop!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alex ThummGuelphI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alex WoywitkaNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alexandra NobleNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alicia DeaustBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alison StewartSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectMy family and I live in Surrey. We have trains that travel through our area full of coal already. My young kids play at a local park which is right beside a set of train tracks. We frequent White Rock and Crescent Beach both close to train tracks and we see the coal travel through. It is very important to us to still be able to go outside and access the beauty of our surroundings without a risk to our health. My families health is of the utmost importance to me as well as keeping our environment clean.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alley HenslerVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Alvin HammVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Amanda LeeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrea LeeRichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andreana PhillipsPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew FallisKelownaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew SchulzWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew YergatianVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Andrew YoungBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann CameronBowen IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann Foster Vancouverrrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ann PaceyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anna PelletierSt. Lin des LaurentidesI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anna RomboughWhitbyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anneke AndriesFountainI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Anneliese SchultzRichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. Also, just in case you've missed it, most of the world is moving away from coal. Please understand that any interest in expanding coal exports is entirely regressive and would be a giant step backwards for the Port, BC and, I'm sure you understand, the planet. Only the coal producers themselves in China predict increased coal use, even the U.S. Energy Administration admits to slowing Asian demand growth and falling international coal prices, and ratings are being cut on major coal companies. Please see: http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2013/08/20/2494131/another-coal-export-terminal-canceled, Please refrain from allowing the destruction of BC in favour of Big Coal, and Please instead put your efforts into getting BC on the map as a leader in healthy clean energy, the only feasible option for a liveable future here.
Anne-Marie BoisvertMontrealI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
arlene masonhornby island, B.C.Our ecosystemI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectOur ecosystem is so overburdened, please protect what we have left.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Arlene SchimmelpfennigVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Audrey GallagherVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHow will the decisions be made, what are the criteria? What are the real consequences of these decisions? Are we just feeding addictions to money and power! I know nothing about ultimate consequences, I just know that the thought of what this proposal represents sends shivers through my body!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
barbara baltaArthurI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara McGeoughVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Barbara WardVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bc CitizenVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Becky HinesCraigvilleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bet CecillgibsonsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Beverly WattVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
bill friedelmansons landingI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI was born in vancouver and have lived on the coast my entire life. Our dependency on clean water and an intact ecosystem is clear and can not be overstated. I oppose ALL movement of coal, and especially foreign coal, through any ports on the lower mainland. Besides the obvious necessity of ending dirty coal energy worldwide, there is no economic benefit of any significance to our region but there are incredible risks. Leave it in the ground, or let the americans export it themselves. My understanding is that ALL american cities on the west coast have refused this toxic shipping through their neighbourhoods. We must have a full, honest, public evaluation of the health impacts of this proposed facility, and it must be by fully independent research,. not a puppet of either government or industrial supporters of carbon capitalism. SNC Lavelin comes to mind as a prime example of the reason for the extremely low levels of trust in BC towards this industry and its government supporters. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bonnie BarnesNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bonnie RydeLogan LakeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs far as I'm concerned all investigations should be independent of the government because the provincial and federal government are blatantly and openly corrupt. But without having that choice, yet, the following will have to do:I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
brad godinvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bram GoldwaterVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brenda SarvisPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brenden OwensurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
BRENT RHEAULTThunder Bay, ONI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAll of us are damaged - in the short-term, some of us more than others but all of us, in the long-term - by the continued use of coal and the transportation, excavation and handling of this noxious substance.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. I urge you to act without delay, to use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brian LeckieVictoriaTexada-Fraser Surrey Docks Coal ProjectMinister of Health - Terry Lake,Minister of the Environment - Mary Polak,I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Specifically, I request that Minister Lake commission a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and satisfies the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.In addition, I request that Minister Polak commission an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brian TurnerVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectIf this is US coal, why on earth would we agree to ship it through our ports and waters? Let them take the risks by shipping it themselves, if they must. We don't need this!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brock RamshawVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bronwyn SpechtPort MoodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Brooke ThomsonNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI briefly lived in a highrise about 3 km from Neptune terminals in north Vancouver. The constant layer of coal dust on my balcony, and in my home was shocking. I moved as it was affecting my health. We now have changed our future plans in which we had considered moving to Powell River due to the potential transport/processing of coal to Texada Island. We need to decrease our reliance on fossil fuels and stop polling our air and waters.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bruce BrandhorstPort MoodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a marine biologist, I am concerned about the acidification of our oceans that is being caused by CO2 emissions resulting from burning fossil fuels, as well as other projected negative impacts on our economy due to the resulting climate change. The coastal waters of BC are especially susceptible to this acidification. The handful of BC jobs that would be created by allowing the export of thermal coal from the USA pales in comparison with the losses of jobs in fisheries (including oyster and salmon farming) and the needs to protect coastal areas of BC from rising sea level caused by burning coal. Export of metallurgical coal mined in BC through existing facilities need not be restricted, protecting BC jobs and tax revenues. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bruce McGregorGaribaldi highlandsI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Bruno De BondtvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Caitilin TerflothSaskatoonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Caitlin MurphyDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectHello,I live on a delta. We will likely be flooded in the next twenty years due to rising sea levels.More coal and fossil fuels are not the way to go. We need to stop our collusion with big oil interests and realize that we can be just as economically productive with clean energy.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carina MachGatineauI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carol ThomasBlenheimI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
carolan wilsonNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
caroline jobePowell River BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projecti live right across the water in Powell River and anything that impacts Texada will impact our community too. more clean energy solutions are in order!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Carolyn WoodVan AndaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am very worried. I live on Texada Island and will be directly affected by the proposed coal expansion, storage and exports through this gulf island. Texada's residents' health may be at risk.What will the effects of coal dust be on air quality for residents who live within a couple of km. from the quarry? I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Catherine StoneVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe atmosphere doesn't need any further excessive CO2, and BC doesn't need to ship US coal to Asia. I live by the ocean and our coastlines don't need to be carpeted in coal dust. I grew up beside the train tracks and I love remembering that, but moving coal (or oil) around by rail is just stupid. My grandson with asthma might be better off if US coal stayed on the mountain tops instead of being blasted apart, shipped to BC ports and shipped to Asia for burning. Airborne particle pollution from coal burned in China travels the jet stream to BC and beyond. None of these things are desireable or good. Good leaders attend to the well-being of the governed; therefore:I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cecil DunnDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am in complete opposition to this proposal. Coal is the worst GHG producer in the world and now we on the west coast are feeling the effects of smog from China. The only reason for this project proposal is to allow the Americans to get rid of their dirty coal before their industry is shut down by natural gas conversions to power plants. We would be doing nothing but harm to ourselves and the world GHG emissions by moving forward with this project.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to refuse the export of this dirty coal thru the Lower Mainland and Texada Island and deny the permits, period.SincerelyCecil Dunn Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Celest SilveaNanaimoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Charlie RichmondVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
che nolanvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cheryl CameronWest VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe world has only one atmosphere, and not burning coal in B.C. but facilitating others to burn more coal by shipping it form here to there is just as reprehensible as burning it locally. It is time for Vancouver, B.C., and Canada to take a leadership role in reducing worldwide emissions.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cheryl MuellerDuncanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chris RoseQuadra IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. The export of fossil-fuels will increase the CO2 in the atmosphere and cause major climate changes that will impact on the international economy and the human health and well-being. All fossil fuel export has to stop. Look at the impact of the climate change in Asia, Europe, UK, USA and Africa. What will happen when more Methane Gases will be released from the perma-frost? - it will be the end of our civilization as we know it now.
Chris WagnerPrince GeorgeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Chris WoodburnVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cindy VeltriWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Clara ShandlerNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectIf you have children, nieces, nephews, cousins, grand-children, then you will understand how important it is to think about the long-term implications of our economic plans to ensure that our air, water, and economy are sustainable. Big-booms ultimately benefit those at the top of social hierarchy whereas you, the government, are responsible and accountable to ALL people in this country.Today I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Clark ProtzVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter. Furthermore, as Ministers it is your responsibility to your public to engage in due diligence in this matter. Coal is the single worst contributor to atmospheric pollution and run-away solar heat entrapment. BC, and Canada, should be having absolutely NO INVOLVEMENT with coal mining or export PERIOD! As if we dont have enough blood on our hands on the international stage over the Oil Sands fiasco.
clay baumungBrandon, MBI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Colin BryantVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Colin clarkeDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Colleen MooreVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Cora SterrenburgVan AndaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Minister Polak and Minister lake,I want to bring it to your attention that Lafarge's proposal is more then that. It's also a chang of the product. Right now it is metallurgical coal, a very different product then the thermal coal they want to store and ship in the future. Thermal coal is finer, so more dust will be airborne. Already the beach around the excisting metallurgical coal storage is black, so are ocean creatures. The water used to wet the coal pile flows right into the ocean. Way more water will be needed for moisturizing the thermal coal pile. Where will that water come from? From our watersheds? Which supply is very limited for the 1000 people living here. And with Van Anda's watershed already being polluted by Lafarge for years with arsenic, antimony and uranium and Lafarge's unwillingness to do something about this, I have big concerns that it will violate our bylaws, our health and our communities. So I'm asking you to consider those concerns and that before you make a decision to launch those impact assessments.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Corinne DunnBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Curtis EtheridgeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
D. EllisonvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectcoal is not a safe way to produce energy ..we need to focus on green energy!!!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
D. SingeroaklandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dale StoneOttawaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
dana mowatvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daniel BabcockChilliwackI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daniel FafardOttawaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectOur environment is a closed system, which means everything that we do to it will effect the entire system and all who depend on it. Through exporting coal you are encouraging it's production and use across the globe. We are just starting to see the effects of climate change now. Through approving coal exports you will be approving the destruction of our environment, with negative impacts around the world. It is time to stand up for the future and say no to coal.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Daniel MartinVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David HerzigTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David HuntleyBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David SharpeWhistlerI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
David SlikLasqueti IslandConcerns regarding the proposed Texada/Fraser Surrey Docks Coal ProjectI am writing to you as a concerned citizen and because I will be directly affected by the proposed coal transshipment project on Texada island.A fundamental principal of democracy is an informed citizenry. As representatives of the people of British Columbia, it is your sworn duty to ensure this is the case. Thus, it is critical that this proposed project be evaluated fully and independently, with the results publicly published.Based on the information currently available, it is a certainty that this project will affect the surrounding air, water and land. Coal dust is toxic and easily spread, but it can be safely isolated from the environment in covered hopper cars, covered barges and covered storage facilities. This all is eminently feasible, it just costs a little more money.Which brings us the key point: This project is risking the ecological and economic health of the peoples and environment of British Columbia, in order to save a few bucks. So that Lafarge can make higher profits.This is unacceptable. As a regulator charged with the protection of the environment and of the people of British Columbia, you are responsible to ensure that others will not be harmed by this project.I do not consent to coal dust blowing onto our property. I suspect my neighbours do not either. The fish and birds certainly won't benefit…Should this project go ahead, equipment for comprehensive baseline air particulate monitoring shall be put in place. If traceable amounts of coal dust are detected on our property, this represents tangible harm done to us. In this event, we shall hold both the province of British Columbia and the proponent legally responsible for damages.Furthermore, those who allow this project to proceed become enablers of vast ecological crimes being committed against the environment and all species. Burning coal is extremely polluting, regardless of where it is done, and is affecting the chemical composition of our atmosphere and oceans. We have only one planet.It is time to stand up and say no more. So that you can look your children in their eyes and say, “I did my part to keep a liveable planet for youâ€. Otherwise you will not be viewed as innocent, or even ignorant. You will be viewed as evil.There is a point where one must make a decision. Which side of history will you be on?Sincerely,David SlikLasqueti Island
David StevensonComoxI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Debbie MalowaySurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThese coal trains are virtually passing through my back yard. My neighbours and I have already noticed the dirt that blows onto our outdoor living areas and are disgusted by it. We don't need anymore unhealthy dirt particles blowing into our homes & more importantly into our respiratory systems. Let's get into the 21st century and stop promoting the use of antiquated commodities such as coal.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Deborah NohrVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI feel that it is imperative to undertake a full assessment of the health and environmental implications for the coal expert project. I do NOT want our shoreline put at higher risk.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Debra NaujoksDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Denise NormanTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Diana CristinaPort AngelesI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Diana DomaiSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
diana schroedercourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Diane HollingdaleEdmontonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Diane McNallyVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe wind doesn't stop on the mainland. Airborne pollution will carry here to South Vancouver Island.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Don McKelveyEuclid, OhioI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Don NunnSecheltI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Donka SusnjaraVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Donna CouturierBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Donna HarcosDuncanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a resident of Vancouver Island I am concerned about the increased tanker traffic within the Salish Sea. Having grown up on and lived in several communities on Vancouver Island for 74 years I've been able to enjoy our many beaches and out islands. Just one error could create a devastation for our sea creatures and land residents forever - something money just cannot buy.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Dorle KneifelVancouver, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Doug BeatonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Douglas BurneSquamishI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
E Demontignyport moodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI urge you to protect the BC coastline from dramatically increased traffic. Especially the unique Fraser River salmon and sturgeon populations are at risk from transport pressures and risks. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ed BrooksCourtenay,I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Ministers: Please hold off on this proposal until regulations and guidelines are in place. I live in the Comox Valley and this area is known for it's pristine beaches and sportsfishing.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Edeltraut RenkSacrofanoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Elanor EasonVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe health and environmental effects of coal mining and export will have a direct effect on my family members living on the Sunshine coast and gulf islands and an indirect effect on anyone who eats food from our oceans. Let's make sure it is really safe, not just probably safe, before we do anything we will regret.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ellen ammermansan joseI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Emma JacksonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eoin FinnVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eric NelsonVancouverTexada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal project, environmental assessment neededPlease conduct an environmental review of this project, including health effects for the ecosystems and urban areas the coal will pass through.I can only presume the reason that we have the chance to ship US coal is that they aren't setting up the terminals themselves. I wonder why that is - but I have heard about local resistance and environmental impacts being discussed for a Pacific Northwest port.Jobs are important, but at what cost? We should insist that detrimental externalities are accounted for before we move ahead.
Erica PinskyVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am greatly concerned about the possibility of coal shipments proceeding in the Greater Vancouver regional district without proper health and environmental impact assessments about potential risks. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Erin BryanNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Erin KeenantorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ernst MeckeHelsinki/FinlandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Eve WeimerWHITE ROCK, B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Fei PengVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Fern WalkerSecheltI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Flora Di CuntoVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Fran DietzVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe global crisis created by fossil-fuel emissions is a real tragic situation. The fact that it is a Direct Impact on us all in terms of Health and Environment, does not seem to be a consideration at all when it comes to making decisions regarding exporting this product.It is a very sad 'comment' on our Economic 'lack of values'. Nothing matters, it seems, as long as we can make money doing itI ask you to please intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please help to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I hope you will honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. Thank you for your consideration.
Frances CalcraftDawson CreekI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI am concerned about the health of people near the dock area and about environmental health. Both will be threatened by increasing amounts of coal dust in the areas where it is transferred.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Frances HarropQualicum BeachI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Francine HalleNorth SaanichI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectTo all ministers who have the power to influence the level of pollution caused by coal whether by extraction or burning, I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Fred HarrisGabriolaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gabriel MindelVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectLike many other residents of the Lower Mainland, I frequently visit our Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast, and enjoy the incredible natural beauty of the waterways between them. The introduction of major coal shipments would have a devastating impact on these places and on the air and watersheds that we hold in common. You must intervene and demand more information before allowing this permit to be granted.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gail LefevreMaple Ridge, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
gail terrySouth SurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Ministers Lake & Polak ...I am a resident of Crescent Beach on the Semiahmoo Peninsula. Having lived here for over 20 years I'm very familiar with the rail line and what is shipped through the communities of White Rock and Crescent Beach. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal trans-shipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. It is mind boggling that the "powers that be" believe that the Fraser Surrey Docks proposal to accept 8 million tons (for now) of thermal coal from the US for sale and shipment to China is a good thing for its citizens. The only group set to benefit from this is FSD' it certainly is not going to boost our economy through the addition of thousands of jobs and it will definitely not benefit the many communities through which this extremely dirty thermal coal will travel. So, why then is government in such a hurry to push this proposal through, without transparent and thorough research on the consequences to the long term health of its citizens and the environment? Why is our province willing to bear this burden when our neighbours to the south have opposed it at every turn?? Even as I write China is fast tracking the construction of several super nuclear power plants to replace the coal burning machines and the ever increasing damage being done to the Chinese people through the burning of this fuel.Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve. Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health. Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal trans-shipment project. In closing please let me add that I understand that goods must be shipped by rail, in fact I support the shipment of commodities by rail as a more environmentally acceptable method of transport than many other modes' IF (and this is a big IF) it is done safely and in appropriate transportation corridors where the harm to local communities can be mitigated as much as possible and the potential for another Lac Megantic disaster averted. Having said this, the shipment of dirty US thermal coal through any of the neighbourhoods of the Lower Mainland and thru our precious waters makes little sense. Let the US deal with their own shipment of this stuff and the resulting problems it brings. If Vancouver is striving to be recognized as one of the greenest cities in the world and our province wants to maintain its fragile reputation as an environmentally aware region, then we need to put our money where our mouths are, not where big business wants them. At the very least, there needs to be “real†independent research (not the kind funded by the businesses who will benefit from the approval of the proposal) and thorough public consultation. Government is “hired†by the people, for the people' we are counting on you to protect our heath and our environment! I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to do so while keeping the public completely informed. SincerelyGail TerryCrescent Beach, BCCC: BC Premier' Christy Clark, Minister of Energy and Mines' Bill Bennett, Minister of Transportation' Todd Stone, Mayor & Council of Surrey, Mayor & Council of White Rock, President' Crescent Beach Property Owners Assn, Kevin Washbrook - VTACC, Ken Jones, Stephanie Smith, Dogwood Initiative, Editor' Peace Arch News, Editor' The Province, Editor' The Sun.
garth flemingVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gary WilkinsonPr.Geo.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI don't live along the coal route but if this is allowed to go ahead without any thought of the air shed and no opposition than it will be easier to do the same in my town.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gayle EatonCoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
George HendersonSechelt BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
George SrankoVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI strongly oppose any expansion of coal mining or transportation infrastructure. Coal is one of the dirtiest fossil fuels on the planet! We must make the transition to renewable energy ASAP! I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
germaine frycpembrokeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gerri MayCampbell River B.C.I'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gillian HeningerSecheltI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe, the public, are shouting out to you to stop this, and REALLY study how this will impact us all, along with all of the future generations following in our steps. Listen to the voters!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ginger titchenercomox bcI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
gisele berubewhite rockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glen GouldSecheltI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glen RichardsTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWhile I am not a resident of BC I visit as often as I can to hike, kayak and enjoyThe sea and the mountains. I express my envy to my friends Who live in beautiful British Columbia that I too would love to live there. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glenda CraigPort CoquitlamI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
glenda wildemanCloverdaleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Glenn GirardSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gord SavardSurrey, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gordon KirkpatrickVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Grant BabinThetis IslandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Greg LienCampbell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gregor Irvine-HallidayDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThis proposal to ship American thermal coal through the Lower Mainland for export to Asia and/or elsewhere is not in the interest of the vast majority of Metro or BC residents. Even a superficial review of the impact of the transportation and the ultimate combustion of this carbon intensive fuel would demonstrate its negative impact upon the local and global environments. BC should continue its transition towards carbon neutrality, rather that encourage unsustainable, highly polluting practices at home and abroad. Therefore, I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Gretchen PerryGuelphI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Hal TrufanCharlotteI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Heather RyanCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
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Ian McGillivraynorth vancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ian reynoldslowbanksI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ira sSURREYI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Isabel CuerrierBurns Lake, BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ivana Minic-LukacWhistlerI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe want clean air, clean water and healthy environment in BC. We want to live active and healthy lifestyle and to have healthy marine and land wildlife.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
J ChurcherVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jacinta McDonnellTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jack AndersonNanaimoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jacky WilkinsonVancouiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jan KokeljVictoria BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a nurse and recreational boater I've noticed increased shipping in and around the gulf islands in the past few years.This area deserves protection for our future health, well being and recreational pursuits.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jane DavidsonParksvilleI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDo you know what the impact of coal dust is on shell fish and humans? I don't but I do know I am scared of it. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janet Laughton MackayCastletonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janet WassvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Janet WhitePentictonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jason MabbottCambridgeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jay McCookDuncanI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectTerry Lake and Mary PolakThough I am not sure you will read or act on the following request, I will send it anyway.Following the Provincial Governments lack of due diligence in the South Island Aggregates, dumping of potentially toxic waste (soil) into the Shawinnigan water shed, I doubt this petition will stir your conscience.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jean SylwesterVictoria BCI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
jeannette horsfieldErringtonI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jeannie KerrVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jeff BrownOsoyoosI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jennie MilliganVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jennifer AlmondVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jennifer ChartersSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jennifer TaylorCampbell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jeremy BrownBurnabyPlease assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Ministers,I live in Burnaby near the site of a recent derailment of a coal train. I am concerned that an expansion of coal shipments could lead to more adverse environmental effects like the recent derailment, and also am worried about the effects of coal dust from the trains on me and my family (I have asthma and have two young children).I therefore write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jeremy Hespeler-BoultbeeVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jessie LennoxCourtenayI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectPlease think about the consequences of having coal transported in our pristine waters. Think of everyone it will affect and all the creatures that will be harmed that have no voice to ask you to stop. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
JIM ADAMStorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jim ChristiansenTorontoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
jim macguiganvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joanne OrbeckWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joe GerlVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joel MaraVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joey LiuVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Johannah NewmarchVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John BaldersonMaple RidgeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
john mchenrysarniaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John Morgan ReidVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Ministers.At no point during our lifetimes has commitment to our responsibilities for the health and well-being of British Columbians been so tested. Now we face a choice: to trust our government to do the right thing and strongly protect our health and environment, Or to give up on the sincere hope that you will bear in mind the depth or moral responsibility you hold in your role. Economic factors are not the most important. Our health and that of our children and the ecosystems on which we depend is paramount.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
John StevensDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jordan SoetVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Jorge De CeccoSt. John'sI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Josh LepinskyvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Josh ThomeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Joy TwistNew WestminsterI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Minister Terry Lake and Minister Mary Polak,I am very concerned that decisions will be made to allow the Surrey Fraser Docks -Texada coal export project before there is a comprehensive assessment of negative impacts. I learned, at an open house, last year, from a representative from SFD, that they would take measures to mitigate, and possibly eliminate some concerns voiced by members of the public, such as reducing the risk of inhaling coal dust on transit to the Docks. There would be about 50 jobs, 25 of which would be directly by their facility, generated if this project gets approved.The paucity of positive benefits outlined and the vague reassurances to numerous people who came forth to become more informed and to express concerns, at the public forum, heightened my concerns, not allay my fears.It came to my attention that numerous ports in the United States had assessed exporting this coal from their port(s) and had decided that the inherent risks outweighed the benefits. In my mind, they couldn't all have neglected to do due diligence on considering all aspects of this export opportunity before each port made the decision to reject each export proposal.It would be irresponsible for anyone given the authority to make a decision about this SFD-Texada coal export project to approve this project without assessing the health and environmental impacts, first.I ask....no, I beg you to have this assessment done!I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Judy ShearingDeltaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Juergen DankwortVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Julie JohnsonKelownaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Julie MacdonaldCampbell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Julie WilsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectAs a resident of southwestern BC, I expect our coal transporting operations to be of top quality and professionally and ethically managed. Expanding coal transport to Texada Island will most certainly result in impacts on human and environmental health in the area (to what extent, we don't know), but your job is to ensure it is minimized, and that the risk is acceptable. Utilizing rigorous environmental and health science research to assess potential impacts is the responsible strategy at this stage.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
K BarronrichmondI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kai ChanVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
kareen van nenport moodyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karen and Harvey HendersonSaywardI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karen MoeVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Karin DemidoffVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate HarrisNorth VancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate HodgsonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Terry Hale and Mary Polak,I'm sixteen years old, and I don't want an economy based on the resources of the 19th century. Now is the time to move away from the exportation and use of coal and other dirty energy to power our lives. You have an opportunity to begin to make a change toward a sustainable future for the youth of B.C, by treating the environmental impacts of the Fraser-Surrey docks coal port proposal with the upmost importance--something that hasn't been happening until now.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kate VincentVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen ArnasonVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen BeltonVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in Vancouver an I am seriously concerned about the health and environmental impacts of expanding our coal exports. Coal is a highly toxic product both to human and environmental health and I believe the most beneficial thing for our economy would be to pursue clean energy technology. I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen HadleyVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathleen TurmaineSurreyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathy DuperronCumberlandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe should always be sure that environmental concerns are assessed before industrial projects are undertaken.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathy MannMississaugaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
kathy mcgillionsquamishI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kathy ThorntonWhite RockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Katy WestonBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Keleegh SinclaireKasloI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kelly LoewenPrince GeorgeI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectWe need to know the health impact that this increased coal activity will cause to BC residents. We need to know the health trade-off that BC's citizens are going to pay for the profits that will go into coal-company's coffers.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kelly RivardVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kelly Von BargenPowell RiverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ken HoltHavelockI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
ken jeannotteVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Ken MorrisonOttawaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Sir/Madam,I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kevin HeaslipVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kilah WhiteheadVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kim KondraVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Klothilde GroseVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear Dr. Stilwell, MLA,As a constituent of your riding, I would like to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for the coal transshipment projects at the Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
kris cableFanny BayTexada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI live in Fanny Bay with a rich seafood industry. Dirty fuel like coal needs to decline in use not increase.Our health and planet need this to stop.China's dirty air doesn't stay in China.Thanks,Kris Cable
Kris LindNanaimoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Kyle HilsendagerVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Larry HainesPender islandI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and denvironmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Laura BennaBurnabyI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Laura GuillonvancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
laura timmermansVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectDear B.C. Health and Environment Ministers.My name is Laura and I am concern.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lauren GoldmanVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Lauren MacLeodVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Laurence MarshallKelownaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leigh ClowesHamilton,OntI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leigh GreeniusVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Len WalkerBowserI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectThe folks here in Bowser view Texada Island and fear the exportation of coal will do nothing but impact our view and our environment in a negative way. Coal is a dinosaur fuel; and we live in the 21st century...Please do not mine it or transport it so others can burn it and contribute to global pollution and warming. It is time to invest in solar power, wind power and water power around the world and BC could be the champion in this arena if only the government would wake up.I write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leni GogginsVancouverI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI'm a Vancouver and Powell River resident and I find it very disturbing that this project proposal has not saught out more community consultation. I would also like to know what the economic benefits are, considering the price of coal and the fact that China still has many coal resources yet to burn. I ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Leslie GoreskyVan AndaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Linda BerrianVictoriaI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as ministers to ensure adequate assessment of potential health and environmental risks before permitting decisions are made. Thirteen municipal and regional councils and nearly 30,000 British Columbians have taken action to call for comprehensive assessments or oppose coal export expansion outright. I am counting on you to honour these concerns and give the public the facts we deserve.Specifically, I request that Minister Lake require a comprehensive and independent health impact assessment that complies with international standards and the requests of chief medical officers Dr. Paul VanBuynder of Fraser Health and Dr. Patricia Daly of Vancouver Coastal Health.Minister Polak should also require an environmental assessment that considers the full scope of the Fraser Surrey Docks' Texada coal transshipment project. I look forward to a reply from your ministries outlining how you intend to carry out your duties to protect our health and environment and keep the public informed in this matter.
Linda BuffySalmoI'm counting on you to assess the Texada-Fraser Surrey Docks coal projectI write to ask you to intervene in the permitting process for coal transshipment projects at Fraser Surrey Docks and Lafarge's Texada Quarry. Please use your powers as minister