Site C Dam

Construction on the Site C dam will continue

The Peace River Site C dam was first conceptualized in the 1970s but was not given permission to undergo construction until 2014. The dam is a $16 billion project that…

UBC researchers recommend cancelling Site C

This article originally appeared in the Ubyssey on May 1, 2017. You can find a link to the original story here. VANCOUVER — After analyzing Site C, UBC researchers have now said…

Site C Dam put on blast at community panel

Over 130 community members gathered in the David Turpin Building on the evening of Feb. 9 for “Save the Peace, Protect the Future,” a panel event on the possible outcomes…

Site C injunction latest chapter of project’s contentious history

It seems like every week that new contentions arise surrounding the controversial Site C Energy Project. The project, a proposal to dam the Peace River in Northern British Columbia, has…

An un-flooded peace

The Peace River district of Northeastern B.C. holds perhaps some of the greatest potential for sustainable development in Canada, yet the region is squandering capital and natural resources on quintessentially…

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