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Site C Dam surveying contract awarded to Underhill Geomatics Ltd.

A firm with offices in B.C. and the Yukon has been awarded a surveying contract for the Site C dam. On Tuesday, Underhill Geomatics Ltd. announced details of the $300,000 contract on its website.
Man arrested at Site C protest

Man arrested at Site C protest

RCMP arrested a man Wednesday morning for blockading the entrance to the Site C dam site. About a dozen protesters gathered in front of the entrance off Old Fort Road around 9:30 a.m.
$1.5-billion Site C civil works contract awarded to Peace River Hydro Partners

$1.5-billion Site C civil works contract awarded to Peace River Hydro Partners

The B.C. government has awarded the contract for the main civil works on the Site C dam, and the winning partnership includes a company with operations in Fort St. John and Charlie Lake.
Site C policing report to be completed by January: BC Hydro

Site C policing report to be completed by January: BC Hydro

An RCMP report on the Site C dam's impact on crime and policing is expected out early next year, BC Hydro says. Earlier this year, the utility company hired RCMP Sgt.
Teamsters to represent Site C camp attendants

Teamsters to represent Site C camp attendants

The Teamsters union has won the right to represent attendants at the Site C work camp, against the wishes of the company hired to build it. On Nov.
New environment minister mum on Site C

New environment minister mum on Site C

Calls to Trudeau to scrap dam continue
Court challenge over Site C permits begins

Court challenge over Site C permits begins

Two First Nations were in B.C. Supreme Court Tuesday over permits issued for construction work that has begun on the Site C dam.
Site C opponents keeping an eye on dam's construction from new observation shack

Site C opponents keeping an eye on dam's construction from new observation shack

It’s a humble shack with a $9-billion view.
Site C agriculture fund talks to begin this month

Site C agriculture fund talks to begin this month

Details on the $20-million fund to offset farmland flooded by the Site C dam will be hammered out with Peace Region residents beginning Nov. 23, the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture says.
An on-the-ground look at Site C

An on-the-ground look at Site C

Christopher Blake’s work day begins at 6 a.m. A surveyor by trade, he has been working in the bush for about ten years.