June 2017 150 great B.C. places June 2017 We're taking to B.C.'s highways, trails and waterways this month for a fun spin on Canada's 150th birthday celebrations. We've put together a list of 150 great B.C. places and activities, from grizzly viewing to hot springs, from dinosaur tracking to craft beer to a taste of 20 varieties of honey. And as safety is priority No. 1 at BC Hydro, we serve up videos that will help you stay safe while pruning trees near power lines in your back yard, or in the rare event that you're in a vehicle that hits a power pole. We also urge you to join Team Power Smart and enter to win this month's contest prize of a Canada 150 hoody. Travel B.C., where your buck is worth, well, a buck Inspired by Canada 150, we tapped our employees from across the province for a list of 150 great B.C. places, including many you've never heard of. Hit a power pole? Stay safe It's important to know the two safest options, plus a third one, if you hit a pole. Learn more Trim those trees, safely A survey says most of us in B.C. don't know the safe distance from a power line. How to stay safe Recently on BCHydro.com Big snowpack, high water in Columbia Basin High snowpack and above-average spring rainfall have led to high water in various places across B.C., including the Columbia Basin. Learn more It's easier online Visit bchydro.com and log in to MyHydro to manage your account online. Join Team Power Smart Join Team Power Smart, then start a Challenge that could earn you $50 if you save 10% over 12 months. Enter this month to win a Roots Canada 150 hoody. Connect with us: Log in to MyHydro Safety & Outages Accounts & Billing Contact Us Energy Savings You have received this email because you subscribed to receive the Connected newsletter.