Posts tagged with : Premier Doug Ford

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Jun 29
2019

COCA – June 2019 Government Relations Report

Good afternoon COCA Members, Please find attached the June 2019 Issue of COCA’s Government Relations Report. June 2019 GR Report In the June issue:​ Construction Executive Officers in Rate Framework COCA Honours Construction Leaders Massive Ford Cabinet Shakeup Resignation of Premier’s Chief of Staff More Significant Than Cabinet Shuffle PayPrompt Solves Contractors Construction Act Challenges […]

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Jun 18
2019

COCA Newsletter – June 2019

Welcome to COCA’s monthly Newsletter. Unless noted otherwise, all articles written by COCA President, Ian Cunningham. View this newsletter as a web page More on the Publication of Substantial Performance   Regular readers of this COCA monthly newsletter may recall that in our last edition we wrote about the theoretical possibility of the marketplace of […]

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Jun 7
2019

May 2019 Issue of COCA’s Government Relations Report

Good afternoon, Please find attached the May 2019 issue of COCA’s Government Relations Report. May 2019 GR Report In this issue: COCA Scores Another Win; Bill 108 Addresses Executive Officers in Construction WSIB Review Underway The make-up of Legislature About to Change Premier’s Poll Numbers Collapsing Thank you, Martin Benson Operations Manager    

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Jan 21
2019

Here’s Why Doug Ford’s Changes to Ontario’s Apprenticeship Rules Could Mean More Workplace Injuries

January 13, 2019 Ontario is moving towards the same model as BC where injuries in skilled trades are four times higher than the national average Will Doug Ford’s new apprenticeship rules lead to more workplace injuries? Ontario’s business lobby, including the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, various builders’ associations, anti-union construction groups and others, have pushed for years to gut regulations […]

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Oct 25
2018

Your weekly Ontario Construction Report | October 22, 2018

Opportunity: Publicity for your business in the next issue. You can receive the media guide instantly here. This week’s Ontario Construction News – October 22, 2018 See the latest magazine issue here. Political payback: LiUNA wins Section 14 rollback as Premier Doug Ford attends union’s Queens Park rally Just days after the official groundbreaking for the […]

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