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Your top DCN headlines: June 29 to July 3

Your top DCN headlines: June 29 to July 3

This week’s top DCN headlines cover the industry’s reaction to more nooses being discovered at construction sites in Toronto in apparent hate crimes; some tips for how to deal with heat stress while also wearing and adjusting to new PPE measures amid COVID-19; a new, updated CCA guide that’s geared towards onerous contracts; a crash course about how the industry needs to adapt to technology sooner than later; and a unique project that used a Japanese charring process for its wood design.


Industry ‘must do more to fight hate’: Carpenters’

WSPS coaches on twin perils of COVID-19, heat stress

New CCA guide updates advice on bid conflicts

Constructors getting a ‘crash course’ in higher tech: Procore panellists

Japanese charring process one element of striking Anishinabek Discovery Centre

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