The Dam

The Site C dam was originally first proposed in 1970, and has been rejected twice.

The environmental assessment, the agricultural loss, the economics, the unexplored energy potential, the First Nations’ voice and the threat to the wildlife are all clear reasons to not build the proposed Site C Dam and instead to protect the Peace River Valley from the construction from it.

Communities around the world are taking action to remove high-cost, low-value dams that already exist in order to restore rivers, recover fish stocks, revitalize waterfronts, improve quality of life and render watersheds that will be more resilient to climate change.

There is no reason to build another obsolete, dam that will negatively impact the agriculture, the farmland, the First Nations community, and the British Columbia taxpayer.