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Clayoquot Sound Train 1993

In 1993 people "got on board"for Clayoquot and traveled by train across Canada to the Clayoquot Peace Camp, where many were arrested.
In 1993 people got on board for Clayoquot and traveled by train across Canada to the Clayoquot Peace Camp, where many were arrested.

Spring/summer 2015 newsletter now available

June 10th, 2015

  The summer 2015 edition of our twice-yearly newsletter is out, with articles including: At Risk: Chinook Salmon in Clayoquot Sound Tsilhqot’in, Mining, and Tribal Parks: Implications for the West … »Read More

Activists at Vancouver meeting hold Imperial Metals accountable for mining disaster

June 10th, 2015

Photo by Nicky Young “Water is the most sacred, important, beautiful gift of creation”, announced Dawn Morrison, of the Secwepemc Nation, outside the Imperial Metals’ annual general meeting for shareholders … »Read More

Depredations of an Industry

May 20th, 2015
FOCS volunteers in a washed out river damaged by past industrial activity.

Friends of Clayoquot Sound volunteer Robert Zurowski recently wrote a response to an article supporting mining in Clayoquot Sound. The article suggested that because we use mining products we must … »Read More

Rights and Title Forum Feb. 26th coverage

March 5th, 2015

Tsilhqot’in, Mining, and Tribal Parks: Implications for the west coast was a rights and title forum hosted by Friends of Clayoquot Sound on February 26th 2015.  The range of speakers … »Read More

Newsletter for Fall 2014/Winter 2015 now available!

November 26th, 2014

FOCS publishes a bi-annual news letter with updates on our campaigns, education about the sound, and some handy ways to take action.  This issue includes an advisory about Interfor’s new … »Read More

*Wild* Salmon Awareness Week

September 30th, 2014
FOCS ad 2014-09-24 Westerly

The following letter (in shorter form) appeared in the 24-Sep-2014 Westerly News. It didn’t make it onto their website yet, so we present it here for linking purposes. Industry has … »Read More

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