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Province to Launch Independent Review of the Construction Lien Act March 28, 2014 1:00 p.m.Ministry of the Attorney General Ontario is taking action to support a strong construction industry by committing to review the Construction Lien Act. The government is responding to
Save the Date: The Project Management Conference, Construction Law Best Practices, Building Envelope Forum 2014
THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE – PROJECT SUCCESS May 6, 2014 @ Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites Gain the essential building blocks to acquire the knowledge, skills, and competencies for effective project managers and team leaders. The full day qualifies for 7 CEU hours under
The WSIB has released the long awaited Doug Stanley Report. This report, entitled PRICING FAIRNESS: A Deliverable Framework for Fairly Allocating WSIB Insurance Costs, recommends broad changes to the current WSIB funding system. The direct impacts on employers will be a new
January has been the best month ever, with 29 vets being successfully placed into apprenticeships and employment opportunities! As such, this reflects the improvements in the increased registration of individual union locals, as well as greater number of opportunities being
Public Policy Update — Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak Won’t Put “Right-to-Work” in Upcoming Election Platform
Ontario PC Party Leader Tim Hudak announced last week that his party’s platform for the expected spring election would not contain proposals to change the Rand Formula. Over the past few years, Mr Hudak had spoken frequently, and issued a