'A Voice for the Peace' presentation by Arthur Hadland at Chamber Luncheon March 22nd

The Peace Valley is the only valley that breaches the Rocky Mountains and as such acts as a conduit to ring warm Pacific air eastward into an area of BC typically dominated by Arctic air.  The resulting microclimate gives the valley unique ecological value within not only northeastern BC, but on a continental scale.

Please join us as Arthur Hadland explains it doesn’t make sense to flood thousands of acres of class one and two land, some of the best agricultural land in BC., especially with climate change and growing concerns over food supply.

Chamber Luncheon: March 22nd at the Pomeroy Hotel

Pre Registration is required.  Click here for a printable registration form or call the Chamber office at 250.785.6037.

Contact Annette at the Chamber office for details about Luncheon Sponsorship Opportunities 250.785.6037.


Please Note: The Fort St John & District Chamber of Commerce has not taken a position for or against the construction of the Site C Dam, our Chamber is only the conduit for information.