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:
Aug 20
2019

COCA NEWS – August 2019

View this newswletter as a web page Tribunal Chair Appointed Deputy Minister of Labour David N Corbett has been appointed as the new permanent Deputy Minister of Labour succeeding Sophie Dennis who retired recently after a long and distinguished career with the Ministry. Here’s what we have learned about Mr Corbett from the internet: Immediately […]

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Posted:
Aug 15
2019

Have You Heard About CISC’s Exclusive Online Advertising?

Connect with the steel construction industry at the click of a button Reserve your spot today! Download 2019 Media Kit Profile your company with CISC’s exclusive online advertising and reach over 195,000 senior-level leaders, consultants and stakeholders in the steel construction industry! CISC’s new exclusive Online Advertising platform gives your company the opportunity to profile […]

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Posted:
Aug 15
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News | August 12, 2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News eletter: See today’s newspaper here Southwestern Ontario’s cities dominate the top ten list of growing communities in Canada Written by Robin MacLennan What do half of the top 10 Canadian communities showing the most growth in value of building permits issued this year have in common? They are all located […]

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Posted:
Aug 14
2019

2019 ICI Collective Bargaining – Preparation for Potential Strike by Ironworkers

This memorandum is further to our discussions regarding potential issues and responses from a contractor if members of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Ironworkers and Ironworkers District Council of Ontario (the “Ironworkers”) engage in a labour stoppage (strike) on August 19, 2019. If you have any questions regarding this or other […]

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Posted:
Aug 7
2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News – August 6, 2019

Your weekly Ontario Construction News eletter: See today’s newspaper here City of Ottawa likely to appeal $4.5 million court decision in favour of developer The City of Ottawa has initiated the appeal process against a $4.5 million settlement award granted to Charlesfort Developments Ltd. by the Superior Court of Justice. The development company began proceedings […]

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Posted:
Aug 7
2019

Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve | 2019-07-31 | Engineering News-Record

Source: ENR.com Read full article here Construction companies face the same challenges as technology companies and must be willing to embrace new technology to do their work As professionals who work in program, project and construction management, much of the work we do is fundamentally the same as it was three decades ago—even though we […]

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Posted:
Aug 7
2019

Employment & Labour Law Update – Management Counsel Newsletter – August 2019

Greetings! Employment & Labour Law Update – August 2019 – Sherrard Kuzz LLP Employment & Labour Lawyers We hope you enjoy our August 2019 edition of Management Counsel (attached).  Our newsletter is published several times a year to highlight important issues in Canadian employment and labour law.  In this edition, we address two topics:   No Contracting Out of Employment […]

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Posted:
Aug 7
2019

COCA July 2019 Government Relations Report

Good afternoon COCA members, Please find attached the July 2019 issue of COCA’s Government Relations Report. July 2019 GR Report In the July Issue: Attorney General Designates Authorized Nominating Authority PCs to Review Appointments Former Minister of Infrastructure Dead at 54 Two Candidates Officially Registered for Ontario Liberal Party Leadership Former Liberal MPPs With Federal […]

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