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Learn about Site C happenings

There's a lot more to know about the Site C dam. That's why we've just launched our new website Just the Dam Facts. We invite you to be among the first to explore it.

At $8.8 billion, Peace River's Site C dam in northeast British Columbia would be the largest and most expensive infrastructure project in the province's history. And that's all borrowed money; it will take 70 years for British Columbians to pay it off.

There's a lot more to know about the Site C dam. That's why we've just launched our new website Just the Dam Facts. We invite you to be among the first to explore it.

Get facts about the ecological impacts of Site C, learn about the hidden costs and how yesterday's ideas cannot be supported by tomorrow's money.

Attend a Q & A in Vancouver today

If you are in Vancouver today, Monday, April 3, we invite you to join Harry Swain, associate fellow at the Centre for Global Studies at University of Victoria and chair of the Federal-Provincial Joint Review Panel on Site C, and Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs and chair of Okanagan Nation Alliance as they take you through the economic case against the Site C dam and the impacts of continuing this project without a proper review.

True Cost of the Site C Dam Q & A

Get the facts, ask questions of experts and find out how you can be part of the solution

  • Action items available for those eager to participate.
  • Hosted by Sierra Club B.C. and Fight C
  • This event is free but seating is limited so RSVP now on Eventbrite

When: Monday, Apr. 3 from 7 to 9 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Admission: Free

Location: St. Andrew's Wesley Church, 1022 Nelson St., in Vancouver

Ready to educate others on Site C?

Finally, if you'd like to help educate others about the costs and impacts of Site C, and she'll support you with informational materials and activity ideas.

Thank you for helping protect the farmland, wildlife and First Nations of the Peace River - and helping prevent a massive public debt.

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