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BC Liberals begin three-day tour

BC Liberals begin three-day tour

Visit includes tour of Site C, health roundtable, meetings with industry stakeholders and party supporters
Site C protests: BC Hydro agrees to meet Old Fort residents over construction impacts

Site C protests: BC Hydro agrees to meet Old Fort residents over construction impacts

Residents say they're prepared to continue protesting if action isn't taken on their concerns
Old Fort residents set up blockade outside Site C gate

Old Fort residents set up blockade outside Site C gate

Last couple of months have been unbearable, say residents
Final Site C penstock segment put in place

Final Site C penstock segment put in place

Massive pipes will channel the Peace River through the turbines that will produce power when $16-billion dam is put into operation.
Permits and variance requests near Old Fort postponed

Permits and variance requests near Old Fort postponed

Peace River Regional District waits on long-term plan for existing road
West Moberly settles with governments and BC Hydro over $16-billion Site C power dam

West Moberly settles with governments and BC Hydro over $16-billion Site C power dam

VICTORIA — An Indigenous leader says he's heartbroken over an out-of-court agreement that will see construction continue on the massive Site C hydroelectric dam in northeast British Columbia.
West Moberly First Nation to be compensated over Site C dam

West Moberly First Nation to be compensated over Site C dam

Treaty infringement claim dropped in exchange for compensation
Site C has BC Hydro’s highest quit rate

Site C has BC Hydro’s highest quit rate

At the $16-billion megaproject, there had been 23 resignations out of 256 active management and professional employees, a 9% turnover rate
Salvation Army receives $5000 donation from local energy company

Salvation Army receives $5000 donation from local energy company

New freezer to be bought for growing Site C meal program
B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

$16-billion hydroelectric megaproject tracking on new budget and timeline, Ralston says
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