August 17, 2015

How we're protecting bald eagles
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August 17, 2015
This week, we're taking a look at some of the ways we're protecting B.C.'s bald eagles during construction of Site C in the Peace River region. And we revisit a piece of BC Hydro's history: the life and legacy of former president Norm Olsen.
What we're doing to protect bald eagles

What we're doing to protect bald eagles

With Site C construction poised to be British Columbia's biggest-ever project, there are a lot of considerations to how we'll build the project and protect B.C.'s iconic wildlife. Check out how we're protecting bald eagles during nesting season.

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'Kind, brilliant and a little bit mischievous'

'Kind, brilliant and a little bit mischievous'

Former BC Hydro president Norm Olsen, who passed away in June, is remembered as a remarkable family man and leader. Initially misdiagnosed as stillborn, he recovered to accomplish great things. Learn more
Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

The SunMine solar project shines bright as the largest solar powered site in B.C. This photo, taken during a site visit in January, showcases the solar panels standing tall in the city of Kimberley. The expansive farm started feeding into the BC Hydro grid in late July and is supplying power for 275 homes every year.
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