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Your top JOC headlines: Sept. 3 to 7

JOC News Service
Your top JOC headlines: Sept. 3 to 7

Your top JOC headlines for the first week of September revolve around pipelines, community benefits, the impending labour shortage and a major transit announcement. Industry stakeholders question the future of resource investment in the wake of the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline; opponents of community benefits agreements take their views to the B.C. Supreme Court; the provincial and federal governments announce more than $3 billion in funding for major transit projects; the British Columbia Construction Association embarks on initiatives to retain women in the trades; and Suncor reveals it won’t approve oil production expansion until there’s progress on pipelines.


Trans Mountain decision stirs doubt over future resource investment

Industry opponents take community benefits fight to B.C. Supreme Court

Feds, province announce more than $3B in funding for Vancouver rapid transit projects

BCCA embarks on three new initiatives aimed at retaining women in the trades

Suncor won’t approve more oil production expansions until pipeline progress: CEO

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