December 21, 2015

5 non-profit groups win $10,000 BCHydro Power smart
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December 21, 2015

To finish off 2015, we're sharing two stories about great work going on across B.C. First, our Community Champions have been chosen. These five great non-profit organizations are working on sustainability projects, everything from a community bike store to a salmon hatchery. And now they each have $10,000 to continue their great work. And from our Aboriginal scholarship program, we hear from one scholarship recipient on her way to a degree in electrical engineering. We'll be back with a new edition on January 11, 2016.
Five new Community Champions supporting conservation across B.C.

Five new Community Champions supporting conservation across B.C.

Two months ago, 15 not-for-profit organizations who submitted short nomination videos were short-listed for the awards. Then the voting began, online and in classrooms across B.C. And now the winners are here.

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The making of an engineer

The making of an engineer

It seemed to Shaylene Decock-Kruger that when high school teachers talked science, they were always talking to the boys. Today, the Penticton Indian Band member is on her road to a degree in electrical engineering.
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Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

Everybody's curious about the upgrades going on at the John Hart Dam in Campbell River, even the resident wildlife. One of our team members found this little guy hanging out on top of a fence getting a better look at the construction work taking place. Over the next four years, he'll see new tunnel construction, penstock replacements and an underground station to improve the efficiency of generation at the dam.
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