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416.385.8474

595 Bay Street, Suite 1202
Toronto, ON M5G 2C2

Em: info@ontarioconstructionconsortium.org
Ph:
416.385.8474

In the News

“We task ourselves to make sure that job sites, projects and relationships between our sector and businesses across the province remain strong.”

The COVID 19 pandemic dealt a staggering blow to our downtowns. In the spring, offices and businesses were closed entirely…

All facets of our society were upended by the COVID 19 pandemic, and that includes the programs for apprentices…

Skilled Trades as an industry is changing to foster one of more inclusion and belonging. This virtual panel discussion hosted by Pride at Work…

Marked annually in Canada on April 28, the National Day of Mourning is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives…

The Government of Ontario is taking action to attract more people to the skilled trades and employers to hire more apprentices…

The Closing Shot article in the November/December 2019 issue of Renew, Truth In Training, unfortunately did not tell the whole truth about construction…

The report Demographics & Diversity: A Portrait of Ontario’s Unionized Construction Industry identifies some trends that must be of concern to everyone…

Toronto city councillors approved on Tuesday, in a 21 to 3 vote, a property tax increase to raise billions for transit and affordable housing projects…

TORONTO – Employers in the construction sector need to find new ways to talk to millennials if they are going to solve a looming skilled trades shortage…

TORONTO — In the lead-up to National Skilled Trades and Technology Week, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, announced a record-level investment…

The Ontario Construction Consortium (OCC) issued a statement Oct. 22 that said shifting the portfolio from the former Ministry of Training…

The Ontario government is partnering with the construction sector by establishing a special advisory panel to provide advice on a broad range…

The organization, called the Ontario Construction Consortium (OCC), will conduct research in an effort to guide decisionmakers when it comes to issues…

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce and Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange signed an agreement while at the Council of Ministers…

TORONTO — Today, Attorney General Doug Downey announced an essential next step to the full implementation of a first-in-Canada…

On June 19th , Toronto City Council voted overwhelmingly to maintain its contractual relationship…

At a May 30 announcement, Adam Vaughan, Member of Parliament for Spadina–Fort York, on behalf of Amarjeet Sohi…

The Hamilton faith-based Cardus organization, which is closely linked to the CLAC trade unions, published a report in September 2018…

Ontario will be reviewing the agency that administers compensation for injured workers across the province, saying it wants to cut down on fraud…

Toronto plans to complete more than $1 billion in infrastructure work this year on roads, bridges, expressways, sewers and watermains, the largest…

Following a successful pilot project that ran between January and March of 2019, the Canadian Construction Association (CCA)…

The Government of Ontario’s Bill 66 changes the rules surrounding the contract agreements between the province’s construction unions and public sector…

Government for the People Improving Public Transit Across Ontario

Ontario’s government is working for the people to deliver on its promise to get people moving faster through new infrastructure funding that will…

A number of municipalities, school boards, social housing corporations and other public bodies have longstanding arrangements that see their…

The day is traditionally marked in many ways including holding public ceremonies, wearing black and yellow ribbons, lighting candles, observing a moment of silence at 11:00 a.m