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Your top JOC headlines: July 3 to July 6

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Your top JOC headlines: July 3 to July 6

Here is a recap of the top newsmakers for the week of July 6 that were featured in the Journal of Commerce (JOC). Pipelines, protests and procurement dominated the JOC, with Trans Mountain outlining its construction plans for the next six months as protestors took their opposition to new heights; the B.C. government unveiled a new procurement strategy with mixed reviews from the industry; a new centre officially launched with tradeswomen in mind; and demolition work is underway at a barracks in Manitoba. 


Trans Mountain outlines construction plans for next six months in Alberta, B.C.


Reaction varies to new B.C. procurement strategy


Predictions of pipeline protest violence derided by organizers from both sides


New centre aimed at retaining B.C. women within the trades


Demolition work well underway at Kapyong Barracks

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