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Site C cost jumps to $8.5 billion

Site C cost jumps to $8.5 billion

The cost just jumped for the proposed Site C dam. Premier Christy Clark’s office confirmed that $8.5 billion is “in the range” of how much Site C could cost – and that number could go even higher. “(The cost) could be a bit higher in the end but $8.
Province down to two energy options

Province down to two energy options

After geothermal energy group asked B.C. to hold off on Site C, the province says it's now down to two options — and it seems geothermal isn't one of them
First Nations in both B.C. and Alberta file legal challenges over Site C dam

First Nations in both B.C. and Alberta file legal challenges over Site C dam

The ever-controversial Site C dam project now faces more legal challenges from First Nations, as opponents fighting against BC Hydro and the provincial government have spread the battle to another province.
Expect Site C recommendation by Christmas: Bill Bennett

Expect Site C recommendation by Christmas: Bill Bennett

B.C. Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett said Tuesday that he will make his recommendation on the Site C hydroelectric dam project to the provincial cabinet by Christmas.
Site C to face its first legal battle

Site C to face its first legal battle

The first of several threatened legal challenges against Site C was issued Wednesday.
Gwen Johansson speaks out against Site C

Gwen Johansson speaks out against Site C

The mayor of Hudson’s Hope has criticized BC Hydro over documents it sent explaining how they hope to impact the mitigate the impact of the proposed Site C dam.
Site C doctors will be off limits to Fort St. John

Site C doctors will be off limits to Fort St. John

This is the first of an ongoing series that will examine conditions placed on the Site C project if it goes forward
Bill Bennett tells Alaska Highway News that Site C is not a done deal

Bill Bennett tells Alaska Highway News that Site C is not a done deal

Dam is one of three options the government is considering to provide new power
UPDATED: Site C to be granted environmental assessment certificate

UPDATED: Site C to be granted environmental assessment certificate

Ministries of Environment for both B.C. and the Federal government have approved environmental assessment certificates for the Site C project.
Ex-TD exec banks against Site C

Ex-TD exec banks against Site C

A former TD bank executive has come out against the proposed Site C dam as being too costly, and suggesting that the controversial project should go to the B.C. Utilities Commission.