Why is the 2016 version of Site C taking two years longer to build than the one proposed by BC Hydro in 1980? The heavy duty equipment were small compared to what is available today so why will it take longer to move the mountains of materials? CN Rail is providing a line to the dam construction site ... for free ..... or will it be a $1 Billion to recoup CN Rail's loss of paying BC $1 Billion for BC Rail?
Is the time difference due to the fact that BC Utilities Commission (3 Reviews done in 1980) has been denied by the BC Liberals to allow the government to cook the books?
Is the 2016 version about creating jobs for the fledgling non-existence LNG jobs to satisfy the BC Liberal election advertising, paid by taxpayers, from 2013?
|Six years duration to build Site C in 1980 Report|
|2015 Timetable Page 57 of 79|
"It is estimated that the main Site C reservoir would not fill with sediments for 700 years or more. However, deltas would build up at the heads of the tributary reservoir arms which would progressively be filled in with suspended sediment. This would not interfere with operation of the project."
|Page 26 of 72|
In 700 years Site C's reservoir will be filled with sediment that will put back under the protection of the Agricultural Land Reserve Commission whereby it will grow wheat and other commodities as never before, when it was a valley bottom, and ..... 290 years before!!!!! the expiration of CN Rail's 990 year lease agreement of BC Rail lines.
That's 290 years for CN Rail hauling wheat from the breadbasket of the Peace ... Vancouver, Prince Rupert and of course Siberia, via the Bering Strait 'bridge'.