A Powerful Voice - and a Song - Against Site C

Today: Former head of B.C. Hydro has been a strong voice against the project, leaning on the project's economic uncertainty and lack of energy demand in his arguments. And sometimes a song does say it all, as a local folk singer and residents of the Peace Valley put their concerns to music. 


Former B.C. Hydro CEO & President Says Project Should End

http://www.constructionglobal.com/major-projects/site-c-construction-delays-increase-costs-ca610mn-bc-hydro-says

On Thursday, October 5, Former B.C. Hydro CEO and President Marc Eliesen predicted the project will be terminated, given cost overruns early in the project and strong opposition.


Site C Dam a "Reckless" and "Illusionary" Fiscal Dream

http://www.nationalobserver.com/2017/08/21/news/marc-eliesen-calls-site-c-dam-reckless-and-illusionary-fiscal-dream

Previously, in a report submitted to the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) in August, Marc Eliesen said completion of the $8.8-billion hydroelectric project in northeastern B.C. will inevitably impose a "huge financial burden" on the province's taxpayers, while leading to job losses, business failures, and long-term financial damage to both BC Hydro and the government.


Give a Dam - Luke Wallace and the Voices of Peace Valley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DkxnLEGQ8A

"Because this river's my home and my home is a river. If we care for it now, it will always deliver . . ."

In May, Vancouver folk musician Luke Wallace put the words of concerned Peace Valley residents to song with Give a Dam.