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First Notice: Trillium drilling; EU procurement; 2021 forecast

DCN-JOC News Services
First Notice: Trillium drilling; EU procurement; 2021 forecast

 

Trillium Gold names directors, announces drilling 

Trillium Gold Mines today announced that its shareholders approved the election of Robert Schafer, Russell Starr, David Velisek, Robert Kang and Krisztian Toth as directors of the company at its annual general and special meeting of shareholders held on Dec. 21. The firm is a British Columbia-based company operating to develop mineral properties located in the Red Lake Mining District of northern Ontario. On Dec. 23, Trillium announced it has received its drill permit for the Rivard property in the southwest part of the Newman Todd project in Red Lake. 

 

Forum to cover EU procurement 

Bird & Bird LLP will be holding an online forum on public procurement Jan. 7 to outline how contracting authorities in the EU are dealing with the pandemic. With the exceptional measures taken at national levels to fight COVID-19, many contracts have been awarded without the application of the public procurement rules and without any form of transparency, Bird & Bird warns  

 

BTY releases 2021 Canadian forecast 

The consultancy firm BTY today released its 17th annual Market Intelligence Report for the construction industry across Canada, including market snapshots for the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Turkey and the EECA. For British Columbia, it is expected that mega energy projects, a long roster of major infrastructure projects and government stimulus spending will keep B.C. construction buoyant. For Ontario, BTY says an “already robust infrastructure program, bolstered by increased government stimulus spending, will help offset sharp declines in commercial building and a projected dip in housing starts.”  

 

Ontario holds update on pandemic response 

Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Ontario’s associate chief medical officer of health, will be joined today by Dr. Vanessa Allen, chief of microbiology and laboratory science at Public Health Ontario, to provide an update on the province’s response to COVID-19. The media conference will be held at Queen’s Park at 3 p.m. 

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