CCA Awaits Results of Supreme Court Human Rights Case

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) is awaiting the status of a Supreme Court of Canada case that could expand the scope of human rights legislation. The CCA became involved after it was approached by national law firm Torys LLP about an appeal of a B.C. Court of Appeal decision in Schrenk v. British Columbia (Human […]

Public Services and Procurement Canada Increases Transparency Around Construction Contract Payments

The Government of Canada is committed to growing the economy, strengthening the middle class and helping those working hard to join it. Our government understands that too many workers in the construction industry face financial hardship because of payment delays. Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) today announced that it will publicly disclose payments to […]

OHS Act Amendments

Worker safety should be everyone’s top priority. However, there are some companies and individuals who repeatedly ignore or break safety laws, putting workers at risk of serious injury. On June 12, 2017, amendments to the Nova Scotia Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act will come into effect to: Clarify the definition of an injury or […]

Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Council looking for members

The province is inviting applications from quali ed Nova Scotians who are interested in serving as members on the Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Council. The Advisory Council provides strategic advice to the Minister and the Department of Labour and Advanced Education on issues affecting occupational health and safety (OHS) in Nova Scotia. Individuals interested in this […]



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