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.

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Mar 6
2019

Conducting An Effective Workplace Harassment Investigation Workshop – March 28 & April 4, 2019

CONDUCTING AN EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE HARASSMENT INVESTIGATION FULL-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 (for example, in Ontario there is Bill 132 (Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), […]

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Mar 2
2019

You are Invited! Workers’ Compensation Bootcamp (Level 1 & 2)

In-Person Seminar Workers’ Compensation Bootcamp (Level 1 & 2) Workers’ Compenstion Bootcamp Level 1 Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | 9:00am to 4:00pm, EST – Toronto, ON The world of workers’ compensation can be complex and frustrating for those responsible for managing WSIB claims. Our Workers’ Compensation Bootcamp Level I will assist Claims Management Personnel, Human […]

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Feb 19
2019

February 4/11 Issue: Texas design-error puzzle; PG&E Chapter 11 snares contractors

Read the current issue IN THIS ISSUE COVER STORY Risk Management 14 Texas is a little bit different from all other states when it comes to the cost and responsibility for design defects. Can the state’s subcontractors eradicate a precedent with unusual roots dating back to 1907 San Antonio? NEWS Business 06 Litigation: New fallout […]

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Feb 19
2019

In a Flash | New Trade Agreement Makes Canada More Accessible to Foreign Professionals

February 13, 2019 On December 30, 2018 the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (“CPTPP”) between Canada and 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific Region came into force. In the article we discuss how this new trade agreement facilitates the issuance of work permits and provides Canadian businesses with easier access to foreign professionals. Read […]

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Feb 19
2019

COCA Newsletter – February 2019

Expert to Study Occupational Cancers On January 25 th the Ministry of Labour announced a review of occupational cancer to help ensure that best practices and the most up-to-date information are considered with respect to compensation. Dr. Paul Demers through Cancer Care Ontario was appointed to lead the review and report back to the Ministry […]

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Feb 19
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction Report | February 11, 2019

This week’s Ontario Construction News – February 11, 2019 See the latest magazine issue here. TCHC plans to spend $422.6 million on capital projects in 2019 The Toronto Community Housing Corp. (TCHC) plans to spend $422.6 million of its $1.05 billion budget on capital projects, including $313.1 million on “building capital renewal” in 2019 “to […]

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Feb 11
2019

Employment Standards in Ontario

Employment Standards in Ontario The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) protects employees and sets minimum standards for most workplaces in Ontario. Employers are prohibited from penalizing employees in any way for exercising their ESA rights. Download the PDF file here

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Posted:
Feb 11
2019

PRESS RELEASE: Canada Will Fight Against U.S. Anti-Dumping and CVD Trade Tariffs on Canadian Fabricated Structural Steel

CANADA WILL FIGHT AGAINST U.S. ANTI-DUMPING AND CVD TRADE TARIFFS ON CANADIAN FABRICATED STRUCTURAL STEEL MARKHAM, Ontario, February 5, 2019—The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) strongly opposes the Petitions for the imposition of antidumping and countervailing duties on certain fabricated structural steel from Canada, filed by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) on […]

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