March 27, 2017

This Week at BC Hydro
B.C. Earth Hour results
 
This Week
The latest news and updates from BC Hydro

March 27, 2017

British Columbians saved 24 megawatt hours of electricity and reduced the provincial electricity load by 0.3 per cent during Earth Hour Saturday night — the equivalent of turning off about 1.1 million LED lightbulbs. Also over the past week, BC Hydro signed two agreements around Site C, with the Doig River and Halfway First Nations.

Earth Hour is a symbolic event

Earth Hour is a symbolic event

People across B.C. and the world were asked to turn off lights and electronics for one hour to visually show support for Earth Hour.

Read more at cbc.ca

Doig River reaches agreements on Site C

Doig River reaches agreements on Site C

BC Hydro has reached agreements with the Doig River First Nation to establish a strong relationship while also providing economic opportunities and benefits from Site C. More at energeticcity.ca


Halfway River reaches agreements on Site C

Halfway River reaches agreements on Site C

The Halfway River First Nation is to receive initial and ongoing payments, procurement opportunities, and the selection and transfer of provincial Crown lands, via agreements with BC Hydro. Read more at energeticcity.ca


Our team has invited youth delegates from Gathering Our Voices 2017 to take part in workshops.

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Our team has invited youth delegates from Gathering Our Voices 2017 to take part in workshops and to experience what it’s like to be a tradesperson at BC Hydro. This national conference taking place on the territory of Westbank First Nations brings together more than 1,000 Aboriginal youth delegates from across Canada to explore, learn and engage with Aboriginal culture among their peers.

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