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West Moberly calls on Horgan to release Site C reports

West Moberly calls on Horgan to release Site C reports

The West Moberly First Nation is warning the John Horgan government that it will seek another injunction against the Site C dam if the government doesn’t halt work pending a cabinet decision on whether it's safe to proceed.
Concerns over Site C hauling plan

Concerns over Site C hauling plan

The Peace River Regional District says there are “very serious concerns” with a BC Hydro plan that could see hundreds of trucks per day hauling rock materials down to Site C. The 85th Avenue industrial lands next to Fort St.
B.C. seeks second opinions on Site C report

B.C. seeks second opinions on Site C report

Premier John Horgan said Thursday his government is waiting for a second and third opinion on the challenges facing completion of the Site C dam, but said cancelling construction of the multi-billion project would not be unprecedented.
Site C workforce at 4,941 in November

Site C workforce at 4,941 in November

Employment on the Site C dam dropped under 5,000 in November, with 4,941 workers reported, according to BC Hydro.
Health order limits new year ramp-up at Site C

Health order limits new year ramp-up at Site C

Work at the Site C dam will only be allowed to ramp up gradually this month under a new Covid-19 public health order. In the Dec. 29 order , provincial health officer Dr.
First Site C turbines expected to arrive here next month

First Site C turbines expected to arrive here next month

The first two turbine runners for the Site C dam have arrived in Canada, and are expected to be shipped to Fort St. John in January. The machinery was shipped from Sao Paulo, Brazil, at the end of October, and arrived in Prince Rupert on Dec. 2.
Site C Construction - Fall 2020

Site C Construction - Fall 2020

Site C artifacts displayed in new exhibit

Site C artifacts displayed in new exhibit

A new exhibit featuring replicas of artifacts recovered during construction of the Site C dam is now on display at the Fort St. John visitor centre.
Site C dam a white elephant without Alberta: study

Site C dam a white elephant without Alberta: study

Completing Site C dam will only make economic sense if serious efforts are made to decarbonize the Western Canadian economy and if B.C.
Site C workforce over 5,000

Site C workforce over 5,000

Employment on the Site C dam surpassed the 5,000 mark for the first time in October, with a record 5,181 workers reported, according to BC Hydro.