Site C

Clean electricity has been a cornerstone of British Columbia’s economy and quality of life for generations. The Site C Project, a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast B.C., will be a source of clean, renewable and affordable electricity in B.C. for more than 100 years.

Latest Information

Public advisory: Lynx Creek closures due to Highway 29 construction for Site C project Areas of Lynx Creek will soon be closed to boaters and the public, as Highway 29 realignment work ramps up....
Public advisory: Trucks to begin hauling materials from West Pine Quarry for Site C project Beginning this week, trucks will haul riprap from West Pine Quarry, 75 km southwest of Chetwynd, to Halfway River, 40 km east of Hudson's Hope. The riprap, consisting of rocky materials, will be used for construction of the Highway 29 realignment at Halfway River. ...
Public advisory: Wood debris removal and burning in Site C areas This weekend, BC Hydro will resume our debris removal and burning program in Site C project areas....

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Site C Employment Statistics - November 2019

There were 4,650 total works on the Soite C project in November 2019. Of the total workers, 3445 were from B.C., or 74%. 771 workers on site were from the Peace River Regional District. That's 20% of the construction and non-construction contractor's workforce.

Site C Employment Statistics - October 2019

Our latest employment statistics show that there were 4,823 total workers on the Site C project in October 2019. Of the total workers, 3,637 – or 75% – were from British Columbia.