How we connect with First Nations
We connect, engage, and listen
We strive to connect with and build lasting relationships with First Nations communities in B.C. We have relationship leads in each region of our province who are dedicated to working closely with each community and providing the link between community members and BC Hydro.
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Read about what's happening in your community
As part of the Metro North Transmission project to help meet the electricity demands of a fast-growing region, Tsleil-Waututh Nation expressed concerns about the potential cultural and environmental impacts of the transmission line's route.
The area that surrounds the Burrard Inlet is the heart of the territory of Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Through the consultation process, the end result was a preferred route alternative better for everyone involved, and a stronger foundation with First Nations and our key stakeholders.
The John Hart Generating Station upgrades project provides opportunities for environmental and fish monitoring work through Laich-Kwil-Tach Environmental Assessments Limited Partnership (LKT), formed by the We Wai Kai (Cape Mudge) and Wei Wai Kum (Campbell River) First Nations.
After 46 Penticton youth were identified as high risk in 2009, a group of Okanagan Nation youth asked for a run to promote unity and awareness around suicide and violence in their Nation. See our story and video on the 2017 Syilx Youth Unity Run.
Learn about the Our Story, Our Voice gallery at the Bennett Dam Visitor Centre, where visitors take an emotional journey back in time, to before, during and after the Peace River Valley was flooded in 1968.