The Citadelle of Quebec.

DCC helping maintain armouries, an important community presence

DCC will be playing a significant role in the next two years in helping the Department of National Defence (DND) to improve the condition of armouries in 57 communities across Canada.

Interior of the Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre at 8 Wing Trenton prior to opening.

Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre is a veritable training "adventure"

With six-storey climbing walls, mock storm sewers, a mock elevator shaft, a four-storey "building-within-a-building," and a multitude of rappelling surfaces, the new Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre (CAAWC) is a veritable adventure, with a very serious objective.


Attention all contractors: DCC to start e-bids in winter 2015

Starting this winter, DCC will move to an electronic bidding system, accepting only online electronic bids (e-bids) using the service provider MERX. The move is a win-win for DCC, industry and the environment as e-bids are greener,...

Jeff Lamer (front row, far left) and Joseph Newton (front row, far right) with a number of the team members, along with NRCanīs Assistant Deputy Minister, Innovation and Energy Technology, Frank Des Rosiers (back row, fourth from left), and Senior Director, Operations, Maria Pemberton (front row, second from right).

Award honours DCC collaboration on energy management plan

DCC has been recognized for its collaborative efforts to improve energy management at 8 Wing Trenton. Joseph Newton and Jeff Lamer, two DCC Trenton employees, were part of a team that also included National Defence and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)...


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New video approach helps facilitate security clearances for contractors

In a country as large and geographically diverse as Canada, it makes sense that organizations such as DND and DCC are leveraging technology to streamline processes and save money.


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, ...