June 5, 2017

This Week at BC Hydro
Osprey rescued after accident
 
This Week
The latest news and updates from BC Hydro

June 5, 2017

A two-day-old osprey chick was rescued after the BC Hydro-installed pole it was nesting on was toppled by a truck crash in the north of Kelowna. Also in the B.C. Interior, more than two years of talks have produced an important relationship agreement between the Secwepemc Nation and BC Hydro. And our preparation for a major earthquake continues with final work under way on a post-disaster operations facility at Royal Oak on Vancouver Island.

Osprey chick back in nest after fall

Osprey chick back in nest after fall

After a truck hit a pole placed specifically as a nesting site for osprey, emergency crews and a BC Hydro specialist rescued a two-day old chick.

Read more at castanet.net

'Helping us return to the land'

'Helping us return to the land'

The Tribal Chief of the Secwepemc Nation lauds a new relationship agreement with BC Hydro. Read more at vernonmorninstar.com


Readying for The Big One in Victoria area

Readying for The Big One in Victoria area

A new post-disaster recovery centre will serve about 360,000 residents for the Capital Region and some Gulf Islands. Read more at saanichnews.com


If you're boating down Indian Arm this spring and summer, catch a view of our Lake Buntzen 2 Powerhouse along the eastern shore

Photo of the week

If you're boating down Indian Arm this spring and summer, catch a view of our Lake Buntzen 2 Powerhouse along the eastern shore. Looking for a spot to hike? The nearby Buntzen Lake reservoir has lots of great trails.

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