Langford Lake Cave



Several articles have recently been in the press with respect to the Langford Lake Cave. As this cave is in the pathway of a proposed interchange, concerns about the cave's future have been raised by local residents, cave exploration groups, First Nations spokespersons, and the Goldstream watershed coalition to name a few. Some of these articles are posted below.

"Karst cave network below interchange". Goldstream Gazette, June 10 , 2008 (PDF 64 kb)
"Cavers oppose interchange", Martlet, January 24, 2008
"Blasting may endanger Langford Lake Cave" , Times Colonist, January 15, 2008

"Wilderness beneath the forest", Goldstream Gazette, January 16, 2008 (PDF 64 kb)

"Interchange protesters deserve support", Times Colonist, June 12, 2007 Anna Parkes
(PDF ~54 kb)

“Protesters says they would rather go to jail than give up their fight to prevent Langford from putting a locked gate at the entrance of Langford Lake Cave.”, Goldstream Gazette, June 8, 2007 (PDF ~95 kb)

“Protesters risking arrest, warns Langford mayor”, Goldstream Gazette, June 6, 2007
(PDF ~91 kb)

"Langford mayor says protesters won't stop cave-gating project". Times Colonist, June 3, 2007 (PDF ~56 kb)

"Protesters stop Langford crew from gating cave" Municipality responsible for safety at site. Times Colonist, June 1, 2007 (PDF ~58 kb)

"Langford working to protect cave in path of highway interchange" Goldstream Gazette, May 18,2007 (PDF ~64 kb)

Letter from president Adrian Duncan of the Vancouver Island Cave Exploration Group to Langford Mayor Stewart Young and Council April 25, 2007 (PDF ~72 kb)

"Interchange protest emphasizes concerns about development" The Martlet,
March 29, 2007
(PDF ~56 kb)


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