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FUTURE BUILDING 2018 RECAP: THE FUTURE IS NOW FOR BUILDING A CAREER IN CONSTRUCTION There has never been a better time to explore career opportunities in the skilled trades. With an aging workforce and record levels of investment in infrastructure and
The highly anticipated Canadian Steel Conference is fast approaching, and we need your support! Every year, the Canadian Steel Conference brings our steel industry together to learn, build relationships, develop businesses and celebrate steel-while having fun! Your support helps make this
Ontario's Bill 194, Fairness in Procurement Act, receives Royal Assent DIALOG's Jeff DiBattista gets candid about technology in the steel industry CISC Manitoba's networking event builds bicycles for local charity & celebrates sustainable steel Manitoba's Bill 218, the Prompt Payments in the
The Ontario Ministry of Labour recently released details concerning its enforcement plans for the remainder of 2018 and 2019, which focus on ensuring that employers are complying with the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
I’m pleased to provide you with Sherrard-Kuzz’s Briefing Note on Bill 3, Pay Transparency Act 2018. It’s a Government Bill that passed third reading in the Legislature last week and will receive Royal Assent before the Legislature rises on May
Member News Dear member, This message is the beginning of regular communications and outreach to our members. We want to update you on the College's activities and also hear from you about how we can improve the work and impact of the
Employment standards review: public feedback wanted The Accessible Employment Standards Development Committee has submitted its Initial Recommendation Report to the Minister Responsible for Accessibility. The Committee is now seeking public comment through a survey prior to finalizing its recommendations to government. The