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Your top JOC headlines: March 18 to 22

JOC News Service
Your top JOC headlines: March 18 to 22

Your top JOC headlines for this week feature major political moves as well as unique projects on the go in Western Canada. The 2019 federal budget unveiled several resource development initiatives and a move to a green economy; not all construction industry stakeholders are fully on board with the B.C. government’s creation of a Builders Code; Albertans will be heading to the polls in April as a provincial election is called; B.C.’s largest drug addiction rehabilitation centre comes to fruition; and Alberta’s busiest road gets a funding boost for improvements.


Western Canadian resource sectors a federal budget focus

BC Tradeswomen Society president calls for ‘real change’ to address systemic discrimination

Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley calls election for April

Drug addiction rehabilitation centre will be B.C.’s largest

Alberta’s busiest road on the receiving end of a $478-million upgrade

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