Get involved today
There are many ways you can get involved in the movement to oppose the #1 Highway expansion. Take a moment to make your voice heard on this issue. Here are a few ways to get started.
The Provincial Government has recently announced the first three months of its "public consultation" (actually, a series of open houses). Attend, distribute brochures, make your concerns known! Details are up on our events calendar. Contact us if you would like more information.
The consultation plan and open house times and places are detailed at: click here (it's a pdf file).
The project definition report and other info can be found at: click here (takes you to a website).
We are now strategizing about what our next steps will be, post-election. A three-pronged approach is being schemed up with activities focused at pressuring the municipal, provincial and federal governments to STOP the #1 Hwy Expansion, LOOK at alternatives and LISTEN to citizens. Sign up on-line or contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Are you part of a community group that would like more information on this issue? Please be in touch to set up a meeting - we are keen to spread the word about how this highway expansion will affect our community and our region. Call 604-708-0777, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign and Distribute Petitions! Click here
Sign our on-line petition, or download petitions to distribute to friends, family and neighbours.
Distribute our literature!
Take a look at our Resources page - Here you will find our brochure as well as a wealth of other information that we take to our outreach meetings. Feel free to download any of the resources, edit them and then distribute to your community.
Write to the Minister of Transportation - Kevin Falcon.
Let him know what you think of the #1 Highway Expansion proposal! He can be reached in the following ways:
Minister of Transportation
PO Box 9055
STN PROV GOVT
Victoria BC V8W 9E2
Demand to know where your local candidates stand on this issue! The provincial election is over, but we need to know where our MLAs stand on this issue. Click here for the addresses of MLAs with related portfolios.
And don't forget your other politicians at every level of government -- city councillors, your mayor, your provincial MLA, the premier, your federal MP and Federal ministers of the Environment, Transportation, and Industry.