January 17, 2017

This Week at BC Hydro
New winter payment plan
 
This Week
The latest news and updates from BC Hydro

January 17, 2017

Hi [first_name],
In the midst of the enduring cold snap in the province, BC Hydro has announced that winter bills can be paid back over six months to give customers a break. Our engineer-in-training program is cited as one reason we're on the list of Canada's Top Employers for Young People. And federal environmental regulators have approved our Site C erosion management strategy.

Payment plan reduces winter's bite

Payment plan reduces winter's bite

When this winter finally ends, BC Hydro residential customers will be able to pay their winter bills over six months.

Read the story at cbc.ca

BC Hydro among Canada's top
employers for the young

BC Hydro among Canada's top employers for the young

Our strategy of training young people and then providing meaningful work for them has landed us a spot on a Top 100 list. Read more at globeandmail.com


Supplies in place to limit erosion at Site C

Supplies in place to limit erosion at Site C

Federal environmental regulators have approved efforts to control sediment and erosion into the Peace River during Site C construction. Read more at princegeorgecitizen.com


Our crews were busy repairing extensive damage caused by #BCStorm

Photo of the week

The city of Vancouver has changed over the decades, and that includes our infrastructure. This shot was taken on Main Street back in the 1920s.

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