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BC Works General Manager, Simon Pascoe joins Staff-Sergeant Graham Morgan at the Annual Flag Raising Ceremony held in May 2023 honouring Kitimat's multiculturalism. 

Simon Pascoe

General Manager, BC Works

Reflecting on our achievements in 2023, "pride" succinctly captures my thoughts.


Working closely with our employees and business partners, BC Works achieved the safe and productive restart of our smelter. Our team reached full operating capacity in September 2023, something we celebrated with great pride.


In addition to our incredible employees, it’s the support of our host communities, including First Nations and government that keeps us striving for better, cleaner, more collaborative ways of doing business and thriving together.


As BC Works kicks off 70 years in British Columbia, we acknowledge the heritage that brought us here today. From the creation of the Kenney Dam in Vanderhoof to the tunnels in Kemano to the smelter in Kitimat, and many improvements and upgrades over the decades, we have a long and proud history at BC Works. Three generations of men and women producing low-carbon aluminium in Northern British Columbia is no small feat. The passion and dedication of our employees is remarkable—they are steadfast, unified, and inspiring—it is these qualities that will drive another successful 70 years.


BC Works’ commitment to the production of sustainable high quality, low-carbon aluminium and authentic relationships with communities is stronger than ever. We remain committed to finding better ways to provide the materials the world needs and optimizing our operations to ensure the long-term future of BC Works. Our team is proud to be one of the most effective and best producers of responsible aluminium and we look forward to the next 70 years ahead of us.

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