June 2017

150 great B.C. places
 
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June 2017

We're taking to B.C.'s highways, trails and waterways this month for a fun spin on Canada's 150th birthday celebrations. We've put together a list of 150 great B.C. places and activities, from grizzly viewing to hot springs, from dinosaur tracking to craft beer to a taste of 20 varieties of honey. And as safety is priority No. 1 at BC Hydro, we serve up videos that will help you stay safe while pruning trees near power lines in your back yard, or in the rare event that you're in a vehicle that hits a power pole. We also urge you to join Team Power Smart and enter to win this month's contest prize of a Canada 150 hoody.

Travel B.C., where your buck is worth, well, a buck

Travel B.C., where your buck is worth, well, a buck

Inspired by Canada 150, we tapped our employees from across the province for a list of 150 great B.C. places, including many you've never heard of.

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Hit a power pole? Stay safe

Hit a power pole? Stay safe

It's important to know the two safest options, plus a third one, if you hit a pole. Learn more


Trim those trees, safely

Trim those trees, safely

A survey says most of us in B.C. don't know the safe distance from a power line. How to stay safe

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Join Team Power Smart

Join Team Power Smart, then start a Challenge that could earn you $50 if you save 10% over 12 months. Enter this month to win a Roots Canada 150 hoody.

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