FORT ST. JOHN, B.C – The number of workers at Site C in November 2020 dropped after seeing its highest employment of 2020 in October.

According to the workforce numbers released Friday, the Site C Project had 4,941 workers in November after having 5,181 during October.

As of January 8th, 604 are housed at the camp outside of the city, which follows a recent public health order limiting capacity to 800.

Out of the workers, 974 represented the Peace River Regional District, which is 23 per cent of the total workforce.

The total number of workers from B.C. was 2,878 or 68 per cent.

In Novembers, there were 400 Indigenous workers employed, 514 women, and 181 apprentices on-site that month.

Two international workers were also employed in a specialized position working for Site C construction and non-construction contractors.