Sam_and_EvaThe majority of British Columbians (over 3 million) live, work and play in and along the shores of Georgia Strait, parts of which are noted to be Canada’s most at-risk natural environment. But it’s all too easy not to make the connection between what we do and the health of the marine environment.

Georgia Strait is a regional ecosystem that supports a great diversity of life, through  which we are inextricably interconnected to thousands of people – and thousands more creatures – each year. Below are some suggestions to help you, your family and community better understand the importance of a healthy Strait and take action to protect it – in turn protecting the economy and our way of life.