Join us for a town hall on what the NDP is hiding about the Site C dam. Featuring an expert panel and Q&A segment.
It's the largest public infrastructure project in the history of British Columbia, and it's shrouded in secrecy.
We know the project has massive engineering and safety problems and an out-of-control budget... but John Horgan's government has kept reports secret and refused to admit what it's known for years.
BC Hydro customers are on the hook for this mess – more than $10 billion. We deserve answers.
- Harry Swain, former chair of the Joint Review Panel on Site C and a former deputy minister of Industry Canada
- Roland Willson, Chief of the West Moberly First Nation
- Sonia Furstenau, leader of the BC Green Party
- Moderated by Earl Einarson of Ktunaxa First Nation, Indigenous Tech Director/Entrepreneur
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