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Your top DCN headlines: Jan. 14 to 18

DCN News Services
Your top DCN headlines: Jan. 14 to 18

This week’s top headlines pertain to pacts, politics and potholes. Canadian architects sign a pact with Europeans that could change how the sector operates; a LIUNA training centre takes shape in Ontario; Toronto Mayor John Tory announces work could be accelerated on the city’s Relief Line; a report outlines problems with potholes; and a researcher looks to improve how homes are constructed so they can withstand category EF-2 tornadoes.

 

Canadian architects sign credentials pact with Europeans

LIUNA training centre to promote lesser-known trades

Toronto could accelerate work on downtown relief line

Underfunding and bad repairs cited for why Canadian roads are breaking down

Western U research aims for tornado-resistant communities

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