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Site C workforce nears 5,000

Site C workforce nears 5,000

Employment at the Site C dam grew by 279 jobs in May, with 4,868 workers reported, according to the latest figures from BC Hydro.
Latest photos of Site C construction

Latest photos of Site C construction

COVID outbreak at Site C declared over

COVID outbreak at Site C declared over

56 worker cases all recovered, says Northern Health
UNESCO says industry, poor governance 'likely' endanger Canadian World Heritage site

UNESCO says industry, poor governance 'likely' endanger Canadian World Heritage site

B.C., Alberta and Ottawa haven't worked together on an overall plan for the watershed of Wood Buffalo National Park, UNESCO says
B.C. will have surplus power for a decade

B.C. will have surplus power for a decade

Demand for power in southern B.C. is expected to be driven by greater electric vehicle adoption
Site C workforce surpassed 4,500 in April

Site C workforce surpassed 4,500 in April

Dam’s workforce up more than 1,500 workers from last April
Latest photos of Site C construction

Latest photos of Site C construction

Province names Site C oversight board

Province names Site C oversight board

The B.C. government has named 10 members of a new oversight board for the $16-billion Site C dam.
Boaters urged to be cautious near Site C

Boaters urged to be cautious near Site C

Boaters are reminded that the section of the Peace River around the Site C dam site is permanently closed. BC Hydro diverted the Peace River in October 2020 to begin building the dam across the main river channel, while keeping the river flowing.
Latest photos of Site C construction

Latest photos of Site C construction

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