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Membership and Donation

You can support our mission by becoming a member or donating to Right to Quiet at any time. Join the growing movement against noise pollution, and support those fighting for recognition of noise as a public health issue rather than a mere nuisance or annoyance. We promote the value of access to quiet for people everywhere, through education, civic engagement, media campaigns, and alliances with a network of activists, advocates, and research scientists. We offer guidance and we support members' efforts to address noise problems locally and beyond.

The Right to Quiet Society for Soundscape Awareness and Protection is a registered charitable organization in Canada with worldwide membership. Contributions are tax-deductible in Canada, and a receipt for income tax purposes will be sent for contributions of $10 or more. Annual dues are payable in January. If you are joining after July 1, you may pay half the amount quoted below:

Single     $20.00
Family     30.00
Student/Senior/Low-income     10.00
Business    100.00
Non-profit organization    50.00

Click here to print the Membership Application form in Adobe Reader PDF format. Our mailing information is here, and you can download Adobe Reader here.

To pay by credit card, click here. The link takes you to the secure CanadaHelps.org site, which handles our credit card payments.


To donate to Right to Quiet by credit card through CanadaHelps.org, click here. Et en Francais ici.

March 20, 2000 the Vancouver Parks Board passed the following bylaw: "No person shall sing, play a musical instrument, or otherwise perform or provide entertainment in any area of a park which has been designated by the general manager as an area in which entertainment is not allowed."

Noiseletter, Fall 2000

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