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JOC Election Notebook: Comprehensive coverage before you vote

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JOC Election Notebook: Comprehensive coverage before you vote

VICTORIA — When NDP Premier John Horgan called a snap election in September, candidates from across British Columbia quickly gathered their resources and hit the campaign trail. In the days leading up to the Oct. 24 election there have been multiple announcements made by B.C.’s political party leaders that impact the construction industry.

From provincial construction industry stakeholders announcing they are running for office, to a pledge to revive the cancelled Massey Bridge project, to a commitment to net-zero energy by 2050, the construction sector is poised to play a role in the recovery of the province, no matter who is elected.

The Journal of Commerce has been covering all the major news since the election was called and has compiled our coverage so that you, the reader, can be informed before casting your ballot.


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One-on-one recap: BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson sits down with the Journal of Commerce

Aging Massey Tunnel has history of starts and stops

Horgan promises schools in Liberal held turf, counters Liberal pledge to cut PST

B.C. Liberals announce $8 billion Rebuild BC plan including Massey tunnel replacement

BC NDP fires back at Liberals Massey promise

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