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Exclusive New Photos: The B.C. Government's Frantic Push to Get Site C Dam Past 'Point of No Return'

Just two years ago only four in 10 British Columbians had even heard of the Site C dam. Now, the project — one of the most expensive and environmentally destructive in B.C.’s history — is making international headlines. With construction ramping up, the high cost of the Site C dam is becoming more visible, and not just on the landscape. Click here for reuse options! Tags: Site C dam Garth
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