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The Darrell Bay Ferry provided free public ferry service across the Sound as there are outdoor recreation opportunities in the area beyond the Woodfibre site. I saw another response here that suggested the public would no longer be allowed on the ferry service to Woodfibre. Would Woodfibre LNG consider continuing the long-standing public access on the Darrell Bay ferry in order to continue to enjoy the recreation opportunities in the area surrounding the industrial site, such as the Mount Roderick Trail?

- IanL, Vancouver and surrounding areas

Hi Ian,

Thank you for the question.

We will develop an Access Management Plan to address safe backcountry access, in consultation with local stakeholders and the Squamish Nation.

While our operational plans are still being fine-tuned through a parallel FEED process, unfortunately, we won’t be able to offer staff transportation to the public.

Warm regards,

The Woodfibre LNG Team