Site C delay could save $200 million: expert 2

Critics of the Site C dam are calling for a two-year delay for the project starting this summer, which could translate to a cool $200-million savings for taxpayers — and fruit and veggies for up to one million people.

On Thursday, Metro Vancouver’s intergovernment and finance committee will hear a presentation asking them to write to Premier Christy Clark calling for a moratorium on the $8.8-billion, 83-kilometre public infrastructure project on the Peace River.

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