Dozens of protesters took over land and water to rally against fossil fuels outside the Kinder Morgan facility on the Burrard Inlet.
This comes as the National Energy Board prepares to make a decision on the Trans Mountain project.
The protest is both on water and land, with canoes and kayaks paddling to the facility, while dozens march on foot.
Cosmetic company Lush, has joined the anti-fossil fuel campaign that demands clean and renewable energy.
Throughout the month of May, ralliers from across North American will protest against “the world’s most dangerous fossil fuel projects” in eight different cities.
— 350 Canada (@350Canada) May 14, 2016
— Greenpeace Canada (@GreenpeaceCA) May 14, 2016