Site C dam

BC Hydro sets contract for controversial Site C dam at $1.75 billion

Initial estimates pegged the work on earthen dam, foundation, two diversion tunnels and spillways at about $1.5 billion.

B.C. slammed over announcing $1.5B Site C deal while project's future uncertain

$9 billion dam will be the third on the Peace River in northeastern B.C., creating a 83-kilometre-long reservoir and enough power for 450,000 homes.

First Nations release open letter decrying proposed Site C Dam

Dear Climate Leadership Team Members, We are writing because you have been called upon to provide recommendations on climate action to the provincial government by the end of this month, when Premier...

Indigenous leaders protest Site C dam

First Nations representatives from across B.C. were joined by dozens of concerned citizens for a rally highlighting the dangers of BC Hydro's new energy project.
Protest sign in Peace River valley area. Canadian Press photo

Peace Valley group appeals fail to quash Site C dam

The court ruled that the minister had the discretionary power to issue environmental approval.