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Site C

Dry Creek bridge opened

Dry Creek bridge opened

The first of five new bridges along Highway 29 and the future Site C reservoir has opened to traffic.
Record 5,414 Site C workers

Record 5,414 Site C workers

Work on the $16-billion hydroelectric project two-thirds complete
Record high employment at Site C

Record high employment at Site C

Construction of the $16-billion dam on the Peace River entered its eighth year of construction this summer.
Final Site C penstock segment put in place

Final Site C penstock segment put in place

Massive pipes will channel the Peace River through the turbines that will produce power when $16-billion dam is put into operation.
B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

$16-billion hydroelectric megaproject tracking on new budget and timeline, Ralston says
‘Best interest of B.C.’:  Horgan upbeat after first Site C visit

‘Best interest of B.C.’:  Horgan upbeat after first Site C visit

The $16-billion project on the Peace River, started in 2015, is now more than 55% completed and ramping up for an eighth year of construction.
Premier Horgan to tour Site C this week

Premier Horgan to tour Site C this week

Energy Minister Bruce Ralston also taking tour of $16-billion hydroelectric project on the Peace River
New Halfway River boat launch proposal approved

New Halfway River boat launch proposal approved

BC Hydro must fund new conservation officer position to patrol future Site C reservoir
Site C workforce up to 4,430 in March

Site C workforce up to 4,430 in March

Just under 1 in 5 workers are local, with 798 Peace region residents employed by construction and non-construction contractors
Site C treaty infringement claim put on hold pending negotiations

Site C treaty infringement claim put on hold pending negotiations

Dam construction more than 55% complete at the end of 2021