News

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:
Jan 15
2019

Your Winter 2019 edition of the Labour-Management Network e-News

Welcome to the 2019 Winter Edition of Network e-News In an effort to emphasize the important and outstanding work undertaken by the volunteer members of the IHSA Labour-Management Network, this edition of Network e-News focuses on a sampling of the important initiatives they have completed in the interest of worker health and safety throughout the […]

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction Report | January 14, 2019

This week’s Ontario Construction News – January 14, 2019 See the latest magazine issue here. Ontario Construction Report: January issue published The January issues of Ontario Construction Report, GTA Construction Report and Ottawa Construction News have been published. You can view the stories within the publications through links at the respective websites or, if you are receiving […]

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

Construction Program Coordinator’s Report

Attached are the comments of the MoL’s Acting Co-ordinator of the Construction Health and Safety Program, Vince Iacolino,  that were sent to you earlier this week as part of  the MoL’s monthly report to the Provincial Labour Management Health and Safety Committee (PLMHSC). Read Vince Iacolino’s message here At Wednesday’s PLMHSC meeting Vince received many […]

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

Sharrard-Kuzz latest briefing note | January 2019

We are pleased to provide you with the latest Briefing Note from Sherrard-Kuzz LLP.  It addresses the Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act 2018 which has passed first reading in the Ontario Legislature.  It amends a totall of 18 statutes including the Employment Standards Act, the Labour Relations Act and the Pension Benefits Act. Sherrard-Kuzz […]

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

Ministry of Labour | Employment Standards Presentation Calendar

As part of the Ministry of Labour’s ongoing commitment to provide compliance support for small business, the ministry has partnered with organizations across Ontario to provide a general overview seminar on the Employment Standards Act (ESA), with a special focus on recent changes to labour laws under the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (Bill 47).   Click […]

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

Ministry of Labour – Updated Educational Resources

The Ministry of Labour has updated its educational resources as a result of the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018. To access ministry resources including Your Guide to the Employment Standards Act, visit Ontario.ca/employmentstandards.   To stay up-to-date on Ministry of Labour news, subscribe to our newsletters. Thank You, Ministry of Labour

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Posted:
Jan 15
2019

The Iron Messenger: An IMPACT Publication, December 2018 Issue

Industrial Info IMPACT provides Industrial Information Resources’ (IIR) PEC reports to partner Local Unions and District Councils. PEC reports identify specific project related data. Learn More Two examples: Morrison Truck Tire Manufacturing Plant Expansion Bellefontaine Grassroot 93.15MW Buckeye Wind Projet Dodge Pipeline IMPACT provides complementary Dodge Pipeline access to all partner contractors and local unions. Learn more […]

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Posted:
Dec 20
2018

Ontario Ministry of Labour What’s New – December 2018

Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act On December 6, the government announced a number of legislative, regulatory and program changes, and it introduced Bill 66, the Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act. If passed, Bill 66 would amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995. There would also be a regulatory change under the Occupational […]

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