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WHSC launches mandatory working at heights refresher training – Register today!

Construction sector employers will soon be required to ensure workers in their employ complete working at heights (WAH) refresher training. >> READ MORE 

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Alberta legislative overhaul to enhance worker safety…

The New Democratic Party government of Alberta has introduced legislation designed to expand worker rights and employer duties aiming to create healthier and safer workplaces.   Read more >>>

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Groundbreaking report focuses on occupational cancer prevention in Ontario

Bold, collaborative actions by legislators and employers alike are urgently needed to prevent thousands of estimated occupational cancers every year in Ontario, says a new report. READ FULL REPORT HERE

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Ontario College of Trades launches first members’ Code of Ethics

Today, the Ontario College of Trades (College) released its Code of Ethics (Code), raising the standards and profile of the skilled trades in the province by further defining the professional obligations which are already applicable to all members and contained in the Professional Misconduct Regulation. The Code provides members with

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Harmonization Initiative

The CCDA is proud to announce progress made on the Harmonization Initiative Since the Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM) announced its strategic plan to harmonize 30 Red Seal trades in most jurisdictions by 2020, with an effort to harmonize training for two-thirds of Red Seal apprentices by 2017, the CCDA has made great

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