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We love our Gulf Islands. They’re beautiful. We want to keep them that way. Do you?

The Gulf Islands Alliance (GIA) is a non-profit, grassroots organization with members based on islands under the jurisdiction of the Islands Trust. We work cooperatively and collaboratively with a network of like-minded individuals and organizations throughout the Trust area on matters of inter-islands concern … read more

Gulf Islands calling you?

Would you like to do more to preserve and protect your home and these beautiful Gulf Islands? GIA may be just the place for you. We are looking for a few good folks … read more

Islands in Trust – GIA’s new video

Click here to watch GIA’s new video

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GIA video celebrates the Trust

Press Release: ‘Islands in Trust’ film by GIA extols importance of protecting BC’s Gulf Islands

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Look back to look ahead

GIA returns to its ROOTS to envision islands’ future

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Don’t just plan there, do something!

GIA says Islands Trust purpose endangered by process

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‘Pope Francis, your 10 minutes are up’

Fast-talking citizens favored by Trust Council

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Put public interest first in climate change war

Islands Trust answers GIA’s plea to adopt Public Trust Doctrine

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Tips for new trustees be more than political

Keep Trust Act and Policy Statement at your bedside, GIA tells trustees

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Trust–First Nations relations need fixing

Islands Trust interests should be represented at the treaty table.

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