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Before Site C flood, Royal B.C. Museum collects bugs of the Peace River Valley

If the Site C dam is built in the Peace region, it will flood not just farmland and homes, but countless bugs. This has attracted the attention of the Royal B.C. Museum's Entomology Collection Manager, Claudia Copley. She speaks with Betsy Trumpener.

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The Site C project in northeastern B.C. would be the third hydro dam on the Peace River. (BC Hydro)

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