Alaska Highway News staff

Landowners lament Site C decision

Landowners' group and the Peace Valley Environment Association call on B.C. auditor general to review Horgan's decision

Nearly 2,400 employed on Site C in September

There were at least 200 layoffs in September as contractor Peace River Hydro Partners stopped portions of work

Green bonds yet to be issued for Site C

Previous provincial government said in 2015 that the sale of the bonds could happen as soon as the end of that year

Province handed out $4 million in environmental fines in 2016

Environmental officers issued five orders to BC Hydro for violating the terms of its Site C environmental certificate and respective construction mitigation plans

Site C tenders still out for bid

Procurement remains underway despite continuing review of project 

ICBA to BCUC: Finish Site C

"Finish Site C." That is the message from the Independent Contractors and Business Association to the BC Utilities Commission in a submission to the BCUC Site C review panel to take into...

Legislature recalled for new session beginning September 8

September 8 is set to mark the beginning of a new three-month legislative session. MLAs will return to Victoria on a Friday with a speech from the throne, with a new budget expected the following...

Critics, proponents weigh in on Petronas’ decision to pull plug on Pacific NorthWest LNG

Petronas’ July 25 announcement it was abandoning its Pacific NorthWest LNG plans has generated no shortage of discussion from proponents and critics of the project across Canada. Anuar Taib,...

Canada’s top court dismisses First Nations’ Site C appeal

The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the appeals by Treaty 8 First Nations to delay the Site C dam. The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations had been seeking judicial reviews of how...

Enbridge slashing 1,000 jobs

Enbridge said it plans to eliminate 1,000 jobs as it looks to decrease overlap after its takeover of Spectra Energy last month, but how those cuts will play out in Northeast B.C. remains unclear....