Posts written by : Ontario Erectors Association

As part of our mandate to showcase and promote the services of our members, to speak on their behalf whenever required, and keep our partners current with related issues, the following is an active archive of press releases and relevant news articles. If our members have articles they believe would be of benefit to a wider audience, please contact us and we'll include it here.

Posted:
Dec 24
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News

Your weekly Ontario Construction News eletter: See today’s newspaper here Ontario health minister takes hospital infrastructure funding road trip: $175 million allocated this year for upgrades, repairs and maintenance By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer Ontario’s health minister was on the road last Wednesday, announcing funding at various hospital sites. Christine Elliott says the […]

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Posted:
Dec 24
2019

COCA Newsletter – December 2019

Welcome to COCA’s monthly Newsletter. Unless noted otherwise, all articles written by COCA President, Ian Cunningham. View this newswletter as a web page. Ontario Expands Skills Catalyst Fund Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development recently announced an expansion of the Skills Catalyst Fund. The government launched the Fund in early 2018 to support new […]

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Posted:
Dec 24
2019

Conducting an Effective Workplace Harassment Investigation

HALF-DAY INTENSIVE WORKSHOP In Ontario, as in many other jurisdictions across Canada, an employer is required by law to conduct an investigation in response to an allegation of workplace harassment. A well planned and executed investigation will help management make sound and defensible decisions and reduce the potential for liability arising out of the investigation. This practical, half-day […]

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Posted:
Dec 24
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News – Dec. 16

Toronto Council to vote on City Building Fund levies to raise $6.6 billion for infrastructure and affordable housing By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer Toronto Mayor John Tory is looking for council approval tomorrow to hike property taxes in order to raise billions for transit and affordable housing projects across the city. The […]

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Posted:
Sep 11
2019

Updated MOL Information Session Calendar

Are you interested in learning more about the Employment Standards Act? There are three new sessions that have been added to the MOL Information Session calendar: Live Stream: MOL 101 Overview – September 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Webinar: Vacation Time and Pay Webinar – October 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (registration limit of 95 participants) […]

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Posted:
Sep 11
2019

Canada Escapes Provisional Duties to the U.S

On September 4, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) announced the findings of the preliminary anti-dumping (AD) investigation that was petitioned by the AISC on imported fabricated structural steel (FSS) from Canada. We are pleased that their assessment of Canadian companies found little to no evidence of dumping into the U.S., indicating that our […]

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Posted:
Sep 11
2019

2019 September MOL Report

From the Ministry of Labour Construction Health and Safety Program Report for the Labour-Management Network, September 2019 Reporting Month Statistics Reporting Month Fatalities Critical Injuries Total June 1-30, 2019 2 31 33 June 1-30, 2018 3 22 25 Reporting Month Fatalities Critical Injuries Total July 1-31, 2019 0 22 22 July 1-31, 2018 3 32 […]

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