Take Action

Grassroots action is very effective and can spread awareness to every community in Canada. The Wilderness Committee always works within the law and uses public awareness campaigns combined with rallies, public presentations, etc. to win campaigns. Be part of our successful campaigns: get involved!

Upcoming Events

Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 7:00pm - 11:00pm
It's a party with a purpose!! Join the Wilderness Committee and the Peace Valley Environment Association at this Benefit Concert to protect the beautiful Peace River Valley from the devastation of the unnecessary Site C dam!  The Wilderness Committee and PVEA support the six court challenges against the project put forth by Treaty 8 First Nations and the Peace Valley Landowner Association (PVLA). But those court challenges cost money! The PVLA is doing a great job of raising the $200,000 they need for their federal and provincial court challenges, but they're not there yet. 
Saturday, April 18, 2015 - 10:00am - 3:30pm
The Wilderness Committee is proud to have been picked again this year by one of Vancouver Island’s most exciting eco-tourism businesses as its Earth Day partner! On Saturday, April 18th, we’ll be out at AdrenaLINE Zipline Adventure Tours near Sooke celebrating Earth Day with our newest publications and campaign updates.
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 11:30am - 4:00pm
Since 2011, Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now has organized an Annual Earth Day Celebration.

Campaign Actions

  • Write a letter!

    Only about a dozen spotted owls are left in the wild in southwest mainland BC (the only place they are found in Canada) because of extreme logging of their old-growth forest habitat.  Where once 500 pairs of owls thrived in these forests, now clearcuts, roads and power lines have tattered and fragmented the old forests to such an extent that the owls teeter on the brink of extinction in Canada.

  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has come to Metro Vancouver’s backyard, along the beautiful shores of Howe Sound. And right now, we have an opportunity to stand up and say NO.

    Woodfibre LNG is proposing the construction of a new gas liquefaction plant on the site of an old pulp mill near Squamish, BC. Major concerns have been raised over the project and its impacts on local air quality, water quality and the recovering ecosystem of Howe Sound.


    This guide is designed to help you make your garden a bee-friendly environment! It includes information about which flowers are best for bees, and some simple tips that you can use to help a bee in need.

    Like all living creatures, bees need the basics to survive: food, shelter and fresh water!

  • Write a letter!

    As images of reindeer and snowy evergreens appear as part of our seasonal celebrations, it’s time to care for the reindeer cousins right here in Manitoba – the woodland caribou.

  • Write a letter!

    Opposition to the proposed Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline has exploded recently on Burnaby Mountain, after the company forced its way into a much-loved conservation area. When the City of Burnaby tried to prevent destructive testing by Kinder Morgan in the local park, they were told that their bylaws did not matter in this case. The citizens of Burnaby – and their recently re-elected mayor – have clearly shown that they’re committed to preventing the construction of this dangerous pipeline.

    So it’s no wonder that when Kinder Morgan attempted to impose itself on this local community, the company was met with a growing number of folks who were not prepared to simply get out of the way.