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By: Ogca  09-12-2011

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ENewsletter November 28 2011

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ENewsletter November 18 2011

JAMS, the largest provider of mediation and arbitration services worldwide, today announced it will expand its ADR services to Canada by opening a new Resolution Center in Toronto during the first quarter of 2012.

The issue of who gets paid when and under what conditions has been an ongoing issue in the Ontario construction industry. Owners, generals, subs and suppliers have all pointed fingers at each other in a continual discussion on how we can make sure all are paid in a timely manner.

The Ontario College of Trades Board of Governors has chosen a Chair and a permanent Registrar-Chief Executive Officer has been named.

News Release regarding recent appointments to the College of Trades Board of Governors and Divisional Board.

The first important decision arising from the Bill 168 amendments to Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act
(OHSA) has determined verbal threats of workplace violence constitute violence under the new law, which came into
force on June 15, 2010.

CCA Presentation-CEAA Review-ENG

Bi-Weekly Bills and Regulations Report – November 5 2011


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Industry Bulletins | Ontario General Contractors Association

After consultation with the industry through the Strategic Opportunities Committee, Ontario Realty Corporation has implemented a number of changes to the standard supplementary conditions for CCDC 2 and OAA 600, its construction and consulting contracts. The OGCA has bolstered its government relations capacity with the hiring of a new of Director of Government Relations and Corporate Strategy.


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CCA Bulletins | Ontario General Contractors Association

If you’re planning on signing a CCDC or CCA standard document, make sure you have ALL THE FACTS.