December 19, 2016

Responding to New York Times
 
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December 19, 2016

A recent article in the New York Times missed critical information on Site C. We offer a response that sets the record straight on what they didn't include. President and CEO Jessica McDonald shares her thoughts on Site C and the need for long-term thinking in Business in Vancouver. And we hear from some of the local residents working on the project – including one Moberly Lake woman who got her start thanks to a Site C job fair last summer.

We respond to the New York Times about Site C

We respond to the New York Times about Site C

A recent New York Times piece missed some critical information when it comes to understanding Site C. We set the record straight.

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Think long-term about climate change, Site C

Think long-term about climate change, Site C

President and CEO Jessica McDonald shares her thoughts in a column focused on B.C.'s energy needs. Read more from Business in Vancouver


Job fair pays off for Peace region resident now working for Site C

Job fair pays off for Peace region resident now working for Site C

Wadeen Badine has a new role as a rock truck driver close to her Moberly Lake home. Read more



Our crews were busy repairing extensive damage caused by #BCStorm

Photo of the week

This week marked the last day of the Construction Craft Worker program. We partnered with Okanagan College and the Westbank First Nation to give 12 Aboriginal apprentices the chance to gain valuable trade skills over the past three months to use in future employment opportunities with our contractor network. Our recruits got their hands dirty with experience performing tasks like building these concrete forms, which will be used in laying foundations.

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