May 11, 2015

Clearing work important early step for Site C construction
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May 11, 2015
A local Chetwynd company has been awarded a contract to clear the south bank for the Site C dam, one of the first steps to delivering clean, reliable power from the dam for more than 100 years. In Campbell River, the stunning Elk Falls suspension bridge has opened to the public for the first time, offering incredible views for the adventurous. And we take a look at all the animals that will be helped by the latest funding available from the Fish and Wildlife Compensation program.
Chetwynd contractor to help clear Site C dam site

Chetwynd contractor to help clear Site C dam site

A Chetwynd firm has been awarded a contract to clear the south bank area for the Site C dam, which will provide clean, reliable and affordable electricity for more than 100 years.

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Long-awaited attraction opens in Campbell River

Long-awaited attraction opens in Campbell River

A new suspension bridge years in the making has opened over Campbell River's Elk Falls, offering visitors the chance to see the stunning falls in a way that's never been possible before.
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Help for B.C. animals, from bears to bats

Help for B.C. animals, from bears to bats

The list of animals that will be helped by $8.9 million in funding through a BC Hydro-supported program over the next two years reads like a who's who of B.C. fish and wildlife.
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Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

White sturgeon can grow to be as big as six metres long and weigh 600kg. Since 2000, 137,000 sturgeon have been raised and released into the Upper Columbia River through the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program. Find event details on our blog at bchydro.com.
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