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Your Top JOC Headlines: July 15 to July 19

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Your Top JOC Headlines: July 15 to July 19

This week’s top JOC headlines include the B.C. government trying to keep low-grade harvesting local via a new fee-in-lieu, the City of Calgary asks for submissions for their PARK(ing) Day competition, 22 Saskatchewan construction electricians have been sanctioned for academic misconduct  and Calgary’s International Ave. wins an award of planning excellence.

 

B.C. government moves to increase fibre supply to mills

Calgary accepting PARK(ing) Day submissions

Calgary’s International Avenue wins Canadian Institute of Planners award

Saskatchewan electricians sanctioned for cheating

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