February 9, 2016

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February 9, 2016

Fort St. John is one of the most important municipalities in the Peace region when it comes to the Site C project. Last week the city announced the terms of its proposed agreement with BC Hydro around project benefits, including $1 million per year during construction. Job seekers interested in working on Site C construction will get a boost from upcoming job fairs taking place across northern B.C. And if you've ever wondered how BC Hydro rates stack up against other utilities, you might be surprised. They're some of the lowest in North America.
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Important agreement with city of Fort St. John around Site C benefits

One of the key agreements for the Site C project has been reached with the city of Fort St. John. Just seven kilometres from the project area, Site C will play an important role for the city and its residents. Under the agreement, BC Hydro is funding key benefits, including affordable housing, a police officer, and contributing to local non-profits.

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Wonder how our rates compare? Some of the most affordable in North America

Wonder how our rates compare? Some of the most affordable in North America

British Columbians enjoy some of the most affordable power on the continent. It's all thanks to our large hydroelectric dams; a 'savings account' for our ratepayers.
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Job fairs, networking sessions coming to northern B.C.

Job fairs, networking sessions coming to northern B.C.

Job seekers from Quesnel to Dawson Creek can get an inside look at opportunities for the Site C project at upcoming job fairs. Contractors and employment agencies will be hosting sessions across the north.
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Photo of the week

Photo of the week

The Dawson Creek/Chetwynd Area Transmission project is now energized. Monopoles are the main type of structure used to support the 72-kilometre long line which will double the system's capacity and provide clean electricity to industrial developments in the South Peace Region.
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