In this week's preview, we look at some of the stories we'll be covering in the Journal of Commerce for the week of March 9th, 2015.
BC Hydro is making changes to its Site C labour model. After pressure from British Columbia premiere Christy Clark, the crown corporation is changing provisions that would have prevented workers from picketing or being recruited by unions.
Peter Kenter has a story about Meccano, an old construction toy brought back to life by Canadian firm Spin Master Ltd., and we have another story about Jansen Ho, the new director of the Vancouver seismic project office, who will oversee seismic upgrades for the region's schools.
Independent Contractors and Businesses Association president Philip Hochstein has a column about the controversy surrounding Site C labour policies, and Journal of Commerce editor Bradley Fehr has a story about the Deputy Minister's awards given out recently at the B.C. Association of Consulting Engineering Companies transportation conference.
This week's feature video is a look at the recent Wood Design awards, held in Vancouver.