Ontario Labour Relations Links
The ministry’s mission is to advance safe, fair and harmonious workplace practices.
IHSA is the leading developer and provider of prevention solutions for work environments involving high-risk activities.
Both workers and employers benefit from the WSIB’s help and support when it’s time to go back to work after an injury.
The OLRB’s mandate is to provide, as an independent tribunal, excellence in administrative justice through the effective resolution of labour and employment disputes.
CanLII’s goal is to make Canadian law accessible for free on the Internet.
The leading firm in Canada for employer human resources law and advocacy issues.
e-Laws provides access to official copies of Ontario’s statutes and regulations.
OCS seeks to facilitate an improved competitive position for our partners.
The Ontario College of Trades is an industry-driven, professional regulatory body that protects the public by regulating and promoting the skilled trades. The College is responsible for issuing certificates of qualification, establishing apprenticeship programs, determining apprentice ratios and establishing the scope of practice for trades in Ontario.
CECCO coordinates collective bargaining on behalf of designated Employer Bargaining Agencies.
The CLRAO is an incorporated not-for-profit employer association made up of thirteen member associations representing contractors bound to one or more of seven province-wide civil trade agreements, which include Cement Masons.
The Association negotiates and administers construction trade collective agreements on behalf of employers performing construction industry work for the Bulk Electrical System on Ontario Power Generation Inc., Bruce Power LP and Hydro One properties.
The OEA provides Ontario employers with expert, free and confidential advice, representation and education on all workers’ compensation issues and on unjust reprisal issues.
The COBT co-ordinates the efforts of the affiliated local unions to ensure that all workers in the construction industry receive fair wages and benefits.
LIUNA represents workers in all sectors of the construction industry in Ontario.
Operative Plasterers’, Cement Masons’, and Restoration Steeplejacks’ International Association Local 598
The OPCMIA stands for craftsmanship, prosperity and responsibility.
The purpose of the CFCA is to improve standards and quality within the concrete floor industry.
CSA Group works with businesses, organizations and code authorities all around the world to help create a safer, more sustainable world for people and for business.
A leading authority and resource for the development and distribution of consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for concrete design, construction, and materials.