Sgt Ralph Bridge prior to the incremental launching of its replacement, Oromocto, New Brunswick.

Sgt Ralph Bridge replacement in Gagetown strengthens Army capabilities

The Sergeant Ralph Bridge at 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown (formerly known as Canadian Forces Base Gagetown) is one of the most frequently travelled thoroughfares on the entire base. Troops and tanks on their way to the base's massive range and training area, which covers approximately one eighth of New Brunswick, ...

DCC at Work

Planning and consultation keys to long-term real property vision

The release of a plan for how the Department of National Defence (DND) will use its buildings and land in the National Capital Region (NCR) over the next 30 years marked a milestone for DCC's real property team.


Rehabilitation project at 57B St. Louis Street in Old Québec

Environmental rehabilitation project in the heart of Old Québec

57B St. Louis Street is a special rehabilitation project for DCC. Previously home to a quality testing laboratory, the site was ceded to Parks Canada by the Department of National Defence because of its heritage value.

Shawn Bindon, DCC Site Manager and commander of the 33 Canadian Brigade Group, the Army Reserve in Eastern Ontario, James Paul, DCC President and CEO, Steve Cromwell, DCC Borden Site Manager, Ontario Region Director John Graham and Alfred Lai, Technical Specialist, Real Property Management and also major in the Reserve Force (32 Signal Regiment).

DCC honoured for providing active support to Reservists

DCC has been recognized by the Canadian Forces Liaison Council (CFLC) for supporting employees as they carry out their duties as Canadian Armed Forces Reservists. Alfred Lai, Technical Specialist, Real Property Management, DCC Borden, who is also a major in the Reserve Force (32 Signal Regiment), nominated DCC for the Council's Employer Support Award.

In our past issues

New 91 CEF building at 9 Wing Gander built for efficiency

The new 91 Construction Engineering Flight (CEF) building at 9 Wing Gander is poised to serve the training, construction and storage needs of the Canadian Armed Forces and the Royal Canadian Air Force at 91 CEF, while also showcasing newer, greener, cost-saving technologies.


Valcartier—new training village infrastructure to be ready in 2015

Realistic simulated combat zones help soldiers prepare for success on the battlefield. DCC is putting the final touches on a brand new urban setting, where Valcartier Garrison ground troops will be able to train.