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: Gravel hauling on Highway 29 near Lynx Creek There will be increased truck traffic on Highway 29 near Lynx Creek, as Site C crews build a causeway on to Gates Island in the Peace River....
Public advisory: Wood debris burning resumes Over the next few days, BC Hydro will continue our debris removal and burning program in Site C project areas....
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....

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Site C Employment Statistics - December 2019

There were 4,330 total works on the Site C project in December 2019. Of the total workers, 3,197 were from B.C., or 74%. 689 workers on site were from the Peace River Regional District. That's 19% of the construction and non-construction contractor's workforce.

Site C Employment Statistics - November 2019

There were 4,650 total works on the Site 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.