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Your top JOC headlines: Dec. 4 to 8

DCN-JOC News Services
Your top JOC headlines: Dec. 4 to 8

This week’s top JOC headlines cover news Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim is looking to axe the city’s elected park board; we look at a new $84 million secondary school project that’s a literal stepping stone for students; B.C. is making some changes to its immigration policies that will impact construction; and the federal government has announced the oil and gas emissions cap will have a 2026 start date.

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim moves to axe city’s elected Park Board

$84M Quw’utsun Secondary School design a literal stepping stone for students

B.C. boosts construction sector with new immigration focus

Oil and gas emissions cap coming Dec. 7, targets 2026 start date

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