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  • MOECC Excess Soil Management Regulatory Proposal

    26/04/2017

    The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) is moving forward with an Excess Soil Management Regulatory...

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  • GTSWCA 60 Annual General Meeting

    20/04/2017

    In celebrating GTSWCA's 60th Anniversary, the GTSWCA 60th Annual General Meeting will take place at the Shangri-La...

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  • Working at Heights Training Requirements

    07/04/2017

    Please find the attached updated letter for your review on the WAH Deadline Extension.

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  • Toronto Hydro Dig Safe Month

    05/04/2017

    Toronto Hydro is using the kick-off of construction season to send out its annual reminder to contractors to call...

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  • REMINDER- If You Are Working In Toronto All Supervisors/ Foreman Must Take Certified "Wet Tap" Course

    28/03/2017

    As previously reported, the City of Toronto now requires all supervisors on watermain construction projects to take a...

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  • Construction Lien Act Reform Update

    22/03/2017

    The Government of Ontario has provided an update on its upcoming reform of the Construction Lien Act (CLA). New or...

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  • New Ontario One Call Late Locate Protocol and Online Complaint Monitoring

    22/03/2017

    Ontario One Call has put in place a new "Late Locate Delivery Protocol," which includes an online complaint process....

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  • REMINDER: Road Building Machines Reclassified as of July 1

    22/03/2017

    A reminder that the definition of "road-building machine" (RBM) under the Highway Traffic Act is changing. The new...

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  • City of Toronto Auditor General Alleges "Bid Rigging" on Road Paving Contracts

    22/03/2017

    On March 21, the Auditor General of Toronto (AG), Beverly Romeo-Beehler, issued a Staff Report entitled Detection of...

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  • New City of Toronto Requirement – All Supervisors / Foreman to Take Certified “Wet Tap” Course

    20/03/2017

    As we previously reported, the City of Toronto now requires that, at a minimum, all supervisors on watermain...

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