Holiday greetings from DCC

James S. Paul

As another busy year comes to a close, I reflect with pride on the achievements of DCC over the past 12 months. With the volume of our business continuing to grow, we have shown once again that we are responsive and flexible to the needs of our Client-Partners.

In 2017, we completed several major projects, including the Peace Training Support Centre in Kingston, continued our work supporting the CAF in Iraq and Eastern Europe, and expanded our northern presence by opening a new office in Yellowknife. The Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign recognized our always-successful annual fundraising campaign for its team spirit and national reach.

These and numerous other accomplishments would not have been possible without the ongoing dedication—and generosity—of the excellent DCC staff team.

I have long said that DCC’s strength is its people, and, this year, we took steps to build on that strength. We introduced a dedicated strategy to increase and benefit from the diversity of our workforce and inclusivity of our workplace. We also placed renewed emphasis on health and wellness, so employees can be at their best —both physically and mentally—at home and on the job.

Having a strong team means that we can continue to live our values of dedication, collaboration, competence and fairness in all that we do working with industry and supporting our Client-Partners.

On behalf of everyone at DCC, I send my thanks and best wishes to you for the holiday season. I look forward to another successful and collaborative year in 2018.

James Paul
President and CEO


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