Good Morning Directors & Coos, This morning Premier Ford announced changes to the responsibilities of three of his cabinet ministers. The responsibility for Training and Skills Development has been moved from the ministry formerly called the Ministry of Training Colleges and
Source: http://blog.databid.com/blog/skyrocketing-steel-prices-wreaking-havoc-with-local-construction According to Construction Links Network, the fast rising steel prices due to President Donald Trump's 25 percent steel tariff in the U.S. and the retaliation by the federal government on the Canadian side of the border, have resulted in prices
10/21/2019 Your weekly Ontario Construction News eletter: See today's newspaper here Feds order “urgent” probe into former DCC chair’s business activities: Globe and Mail Ontario Construction News staff writer The federal government has ordered an “urgent” investigation into the business activities of the
Good Morning Directors, COOs and Associates, The article below, written by Barry Kuretzky and Will McMillan from the Toronto office of the international law firm Littler and published in JD Supra, was forwarded to me by the province’s chief prevention officer
Good Afternoon Directors, COOs and Associates: Yesterday, Minister of Labour, Monte McNaughton, announced that the surcharge that has been added to employers’ WSIB premium rates for the past many years (sometimes referred to at the Past Claims Cost or PCC) will
Good Morning All, This is a historic day in our industry, “A-Day”, the day that the prompt payment regime and dispute resolution system in Ontario’s not-so-new-anymore Construction Act come into effect. Thanks and congratulations to everyone who helped make this happen!
Questionnaires issued by the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) AISC Fabricated Steel trade case against Canada Dear Fabricator Members, This week the U.S. International Trade Commission sent questionnaires by email to Canadian fabricators thought to be exporting to the U.S. at some
Please join us at our upcoming HReview Breakfast Seminar: 2019 Year in Review… And what to expect in 2020 2019 ushered in many important changes to the employment and labour landscape in Ontario and across Canada. Join us as we discuss how
WSIB Return to Work Navigating the Issues HALF-DAY INTENSIVE WORKSHOP FEW SPOTS REMAIN Effective and proactive management of return to work protocols can significantly improve cost outcomes related to most WSIB claims. Applying interactive learning and real-life scenarios, topics for this half-day intensive
Amendments To Clarify Temp Stairs Regulation Amendments effective January 1, 2020 will clarify requirements for temporary stairs in the Construction Projects Regulation under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The changes will: Clarify where temporary stairs should start and end (i.e.