The Peace River is permanently closed to boaters around the Site C construction area. Being on or near the water around the dam site presents a serious safety risk to boaters and other river users. Read more.
Public advisory: Hunters advised to use caution in Site C project areas
BC Hydro is asking hunting enthusiasts not to hunt or discharge firearms near Site C project areas as a safety precaution....
Site C Rustic Recreation Site Fund welcomes applications starting Sept. 1, 2021
BC Hydro invites non-profit recreation groups, local governments and Indigenous groups to submit applications beginning September 1 to October 31, 2021, to develop a rustic recreation site along the Peace River or outside the Site C dam site and reservoir area....
Our top priority is the health and safety of our employees, contractors and members of the public. We have been monitoring COVID-19 closely and have been taking appropriate action as the situation evolves.
The total project workforce number increased by 62 workers in June for a total of 5,108. This is the now our second highest worker number to date on the project. In 2020, we peaked at 5,181 on October. The total B.C. residency percentage decreased by 1% to 70% in July. The PRRD residency worker percentage remained the same at 24%, with the number increasing by 16 for a total of 1,054, which is also our second highest number to date on the project. In 2020 we peaked at 1,144 in October. The apprentice number increased by 13 to 189. As a percentage of apprenticable red seal trades, this increased to 14%.