In 1973, a superport was proposed for the Skeena Estuary and rejected due to a study that concluded, “The construction of a superport at the Kitson Island - Flora Bank site would destroy the salmon habitat."
LNG carriers arriving and departing from the LNG facilities would force local waterways to close to marine traffic, sometimes for hours at a time. For communities reliant on marine waters for fishing and recreation, limited access is a real concern.
First Nations and communities along the Skeena were not consulted with Petronas' LNG plant proposed for Lelu Island. The impacts of this project would be far-reaching and long lasting. Sign the declaration today to help protect Skeena salmon.