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Your top JOC headlines: Aug. 6 to 10

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Your top JOC headlines: Aug. 6 to 10

The top JOC newsmakers for Aug. 6 to 10 encompass projects large and small. A residential development with separate entrances opens up controversy in Vancouver’s West End; Simon Fraser University’s new energy and engineering facility leaps out of the ground in ‘record time’; an expansion at Prince Rupert’s Fairview terminal makes waves; costs continue to rise for the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project; and ironworkers cause a stir on social media as they take a project to new heights.


Separate entrances generate West End tower controversy

SFU energy engineering building a fast-track ‘miracle’

Massive Fairview Container Terminal expansion in the works

Cost to twin Trans Mountain pipeline now $1.9B higher, Kinder Morgan says

High-altitude ironworkers cause sensation with social media photos

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