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Your top JOC headlines: Oct. 1 to 5

JOC News Service
Your top JOC headlines: Oct. 1 to 5

The top JOC newsmakers this week feature some game-changing announcements across Western Canada. LNG Canada firmed up plans to build a $40 billion liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C;

the federal government will not appeal the court decision that tore up cabinet approval for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion; plans were unwrapped for Vancouver’s largest office tower project; Amazon announced it is opening a shipping warehouse on Tsawwassen First Nation land in Delta, B.C; and the Vancouver Regional Construction Association celebrated the Silver Award winners as they move forward in the quest for gold.


Kitimat LNG deal has Horgan juggling Greens, Liberals, environmentalists

Feds restarting Indigenous talks over pipeline, won’t appeal court decision

Plans for Vancouver’s largest office tower project unveiled

Amazon to open shipping warehouse on B.C. First Nation land

VRCA celebrates silver winners and goes for gold

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