River diversion

The Peace River is being diverted this fall. This important step in the construction of the Site C dam allows us to build the dam on dry land, while keeping the water flowing. Learn more.

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Public Advisory: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure releases traffic advisory for Highway 29 – Dry Creek The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has released a traffic advisory on the start of Highway 29 construction at Dry Creek....
Public advisory: Do not hunt or discharge firearms in Site C project areas Because safety is BC Hydro’s top priority, we ask that the public watch for signs showing active construction sites. Please do not hunt or discharge firearms near Site C project areas. ...
BC Hydro helps Whiskey Jack Nordic Ski Club provide winter sport activities BC Hydro is contributing $10,000 to the Whiskey Jack Nordic Ski Club through the Site C project’s Generate Opportunities (GO) Fund....

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Site C Employment Statistics - July 2020

The latest employment statistics show that there were 4,645 total workers on the Site C project in July 2020. Of the total workers, 3,398 were from British Columbia, or 73%. There were 863 workers on site from the Peace River Regional District — that's 22% of the construction and non-construction contractor's workforce.

Site C Employment Statistics - June 2020

The latest employment statistics show that there were 4,324 total workers on the Site C project in June 2020. Of the total workers, 3,106 were from British Columbia, or 72%. There were 825 workers on site from the Peace River Regional District — that's 23% of the construction and non-construction contractor's workforce.