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Three more COVID cases at Site C

Three more COVID cases at Site C

BC Hydro says another three Site C workers have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. The cases are unrelated to each other, and unrelated to cases announced in late November, BC Hydro said.
Site C budget sure to soar

Site C budget sure to soar

Sometime early next year, or possibly even before Christmas, after former B.C. government bureaucrat Peter Milburn completes an independent review of the Site C hydroelectric dam project, British Columbians should brace for sticker-price shock.
Another COVID case reported Site C

Another COVID case reported Site C

BC Hydro says another worker at Site C has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. BC Hydro says the worker is part of the same crew that saw four positive tests for the virus last week.
COVID cases climb by four at Site C

COVID cases climb by four at Site C

Four more Site C workers have tested positive for COVID-19, BC Hydro said Friday. BC Hydro says all four contractor workers were part of the same crew at site.
COVID-19 outbreak at LNG Canada Project - Kitimat site

COVID-19 outbreak at LNG Canada Project - Kitimat site

Northern Health Public Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the LNG Canada Project Site in Kitimat, BC. To date, 14 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
Site C Construction - September/October 2020

Site C Construction - September/October 2020

Site C employment near 5,000 in September

Site C employment near 5,000 in September

A record 4,944 workers were employed on the Site C dam project in September, BC Hydro says. Employment figures released Wednesday show the workforce grew by 140 from August, and now 1,915 workers since a drop at the start of the pandemic.
Candidates weigh in on Site C

Candidates weigh in on Site C

BC Hydro has spent more than $5 billion so far to build Site C, and how many more billions it will take to complete is anyone's guess. Peace River North candidates Dan Davies and Trevor Bolin were asked at the Oct.
COVID cases climb by three at Site C

COVID cases climb by three at Site C

Three more Site C workers have tested positive for COVID-19, BC Hydro said Tuesday. Two others are isolating, and none of the cases originated at the site, BC Hydro says.
'Cash bonfire': Report says cancelling Site C would save ratepayers $116 million

'Cash bonfire': Report says cancelling Site C would save ratepayers $116 million

Cancelling Site C construction five years into its construction would save B.C. ratepayers $116 million a year, according to an energy economist once tapped by the NDP to provide expert advice about the project.