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Your top DCN headlines: Dec. 7 to 11

DCN-JOC News Services
Your top DCN headlines: Dec. 7 to 11

The top DCN headlines this week cover a major development in the hate crimes that occurred on several construction sites this year, with an arrest being made; provide a glimpse at how the concrete industry dealt with unique challenges at the outset of the pandemic; illustrate the acceptance and adoption of BIM technology across various sectors; examine the potential impacts of the U.S. election results in Canada and the U.S. from the Carpenters’ perspective; and highlight the long-anticipated opening of the GO bus terminal at Union Station in Toronto.


BREAKING: Police charge trades worker in Garron Hospital noose incident

Buildings Week: COVID-19 drives concrete response and pandemic preparedness

New Union Station GO bus terminal opens in Toronto

U of T survey chronicles BIM’s progress, continuing barriers

Carpenters’ host virtual panel addressing Biden win and potential impacts in Canada and U.S.

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