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How to improve recruitment and retention of youth in construction
How to improve recruitment and retention of youth in construction

Report urges change of tune on recruitment and retention

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Bill 100 - Modernizing the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2019
Bill 100 - Modernizing the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2019

Finance Minister Vic Fideli introduced Bill 100 Protecting What Matters Most Act (Budget Measures), 2019 in the Ontario legislature. Schedule 40 of this, is the enabling legislation for the province’s new skilled trades and apprenticeship system which proposes to enact the Modernizing the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2019.

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National Frame Building Association: Horse Barn Facility 2nd Place
National Frame Building Association: Horse Barn Facility 2nd Place

Signature Oak Stables in Dexter, Michigan won 2nd place in the NFBA's Awards for Building of the Year

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How subcontractors can mitigate risk in their contracts
How subcontractors can mitigate risk in their contracts

At a risk management seminar in Ottawa in late February, Dan Leduc, a partner at the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright LLP outlined several different ways in which trade contractors might simply use the contracts imposed on them as potential “push backs” or claims for change orders as provided for by the CCA 1 2008 form of subcontract.

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CCA Weekly May 24, 2019
CCA Weekly May 24, 2019

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What's New - Ministry of Labour newsletter May 2019
What's New - Ministry of Labour newsletter May 2019

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COCA e-News - May 2019
COCA e-News - May 2019

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CCA Weekly May 15, 2019
CCA Weekly May 15, 2019

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CCA Weekly May 8, 2019
CCA Weekly May 8, 2019

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CCA Weekly May 1, 2019
CCA Weekly May 1, 2019

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May Newsletter 2019
May Newsletter 2019

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COCA - Government Relations May 2019 - Members Report
COCA - Government Relations May 2019 - Members Report

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CCA Weekly April 24, 2019
CCA Weekly April 24, 2019

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Resilient farm building design could minimize damage and loss
Resilient farm building design could minimize damage and loss

Randy Drysdale, assistant vice-president of loss control and technical development at Farm Mutual Reinsurance, gave a presentation at the Canadian Farm Builders Association’s annual conference held in Stratford, Ont. at the end of February. He discussed loss prevention in farm buildings and the importance of building and rebuilding with resiliency in mind.

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COCA e-News - April 2019
COCA e-News - April 2019

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Farm builder awards showcase elaborate facilities
Farm builder awards showcase elaborate facilities

The Canadian Farm Builders Association (CFBA) presented the 2018 Builder Awards at the association’s annual conference held recently in Stratford, Ont., showcasing unique barn designs with equally unique features.

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Different policies needed for recreational, medical pot
Different policies needed for recreational, medical pot

Members of the Canadian Farm Builders Association were told if they don’t already have a drug and alcohol policy to deal with impairment in the workplace, they need one now.

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What's New - Ministry of Labour newsletter April 2019
What's New - Ministry of Labour newsletter April 2019

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Rural areas offer workers more than a pay cheque
Rural areas offer workers more than a pay cheque

Employers in small towns and rural areas advised to emphasize workplace culture and quality of life when recruiting employees. (published in Ontario Farmer)

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Official discusses hurdles, changes to building permit process at CFBA conference
Official discusses hurdles, changes to building permit process at CFBA conference

Building permit hurdles in the approvals process and potential upcoming changes were included in a detailed discussion during the Canadian Farm Builders Association’s (CFBA) annual conference held recently in Stratford, Ont.

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Finish line in sight for updated farm building code
Finish line in sight for updated farm building code

Changes and potential impacts of proposed new farm building requirements were explored at the Canadian Farm Builders Association’s (CFBA) annual conference in Stratford, Ont. recently. Photo by Karen Dallimore.

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CCA Weekly April 17, 2019
CCA Weekly April 17, 2019

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CCA Weekly April 10, 2019
CCA Weekly April 10, 2019

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COCA - Government Relations April 2019 - Members Report
COCA - Government Relations April 2019 - Members Report

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CCA Weekly April 3, 2019
CCA Weekly April 3, 2019

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