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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.

Hundreds vie to join Site C from ground up

Contractors come from far and wide to offer their help on worker camps

Fewer locals support Site C: poll

If you live outside of the northeast, you're more likely to think the Site C dam is a good idea, a new BC Hydro-commissioned poll has found.

Peaceful paddle on the river

The hot sun beating down on the Peace River didn't deter boaters from participating in the ninth annual Paddle for the Peace on Saturday. A fleet of 225 boats launched from Halfway River Bridge and made their way north to Bear Flats.

The real meaning of Site C

Dear Editor, I was given the opportunity to question Blair Lekstrom concerning Site C at the Wednesday Jan. 8 sessions. While I can admire Mr.

Wild ideas about Site C

Site C Public Hearings: Day 18

Dawson Creek keeps quiet on Site C

The City of Dawson Creek is digging in and focusing on its development policy rather than provincial energy policy when it comes to BC Hydro's proposed Site C dam. Public hearings on the $7.

Site C beneficial for B.C.: Lekstrom

Site C Public Hearings: Day 13