The People of Site C is our way of telling the stories of the workers who are building the largest public infrastructure project in the history of BC—the stories that can get lost in midst of political debate.
The provincial government has directed the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) to complete an inquiry weighing the possibility of suspending or terminating the Site C Clean Energy Project, putting over 2,000 workers in a position of uncertainty. Many people, including over 1,000 CLAC members, have already built their lives around the project, injecting new energy into the Peace River economy.
The People of Site C are proud to be working on a project that will provide clean, renewable energy for their communities for decades. We are taking this opportunity to celebrate their hard work, and the legacy that they continue to build.
CLAC will continue to support its members, and all the workers on the Site C Project, by sharing their stories, advocating for their jobs, and ensuring that our government considers the impact of their decisions upon the People of Site C.