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Your top DCN headlines: July 3 to July 6

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Your top DCN headlines: July 3 to July 6

Here is a recap of the top newsmakers for the week of July 6 that were featured in the Daily Commercial News. It was a week full of announcements for some major construction projects spanning Eastern Canada. A consortium was named to build and operate the Gordie Howe International Bridge connecting Windsor, Ont. and Detroit; a historic milestone occurred at the controversial Muskrat Falls megaproject in Newfoundland and Labrador; a decision surrounding the cancellation of tolls on the new Champlain bridge in Montreal is raising eyebrows; Ontario’s new premier and his priorities was explored; and recent StatsCan analysis shows construction is in full swing across the country.  


Gordie Howe consortium brings wealth of experience, says WDBA chair


Labrador, Newfoundland Transmission link formally energized


Champlain Bridge tolls decision could cost taxpayers $3B


Finances likely Ford’s job one, RCCAO members told


Constructors working full out, StatsCan says

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