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Peace family wins award for Site C activism

A longtime Peace Region farming family has been recognized for their efforts advocating against the proposed Site C hydroelectric dam. On Nov.

Site C hearings begin next month

But those wishing to comment will need to register soon

Environment Minister talks Site C

Despite concerns expressed about Site C's environmental impacts, Environment Minister Mary Polak said she wants to have the review process play out for the proposed dam.

Smoky numbers in Site C poll

59% of province unaware of project

3 people to decide Site C's fate

With B.C. and federal officials on board, the project goes to a Joint Review Panel

Site C director slams Hydro

BC Hydro's $14 billion debt was criticized in Fort St. John yesterday when the president of the public electric utility company was speaking at the invitation of the Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce.

PRRD agrees to Site C legacy

BC Hydro has agreed to provide an annual payment of $2.4 million for a period of 70 years to the Peace River Regional District should the Site C dam project get regulatory approval.

Residents offer Site C power alternative

While many critics point out problems with Site C, these two are more focused on alternate solutions. "What we've been trying to do for the past year now, is use something to make a comparison with the Site C project.

North Peace politicians pile on Site C concerns

Will the benefits of Site C outweigh the negatives to the community? The City of Fort St. John is concerned that unless gaps in the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) are bridged, that answer will be no.

Citizens make up mind on Site C

The length of the divide between opinions about the Site C project was just about as far as the distances some people travelled to let their opinions be known at a recent consultation meeting in Dawson Creek.