City of Toronto the main holdout to adopt rules that would allow all construction companies the opportunity to bid on public infrastructure.Read more
TORONTO—A lawsuit was filed today against the City of Toronto by CLAC, supported by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation,
the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada, and Merit Open Shop Contractors Association.
Summer is almost here and that means Merit’s Annual Open Shop Golf Tournament is just around the corner. The tournament is slated for Wednesday, June 26th at Piper’s Heath Golf Club and we want to see you and your company there! Where: Piper’s Heath Golf Club 5501 Trafalgar Road Milton, ON L9E 0Z5 When: Wednesday, …Read more
April 2, Toronto – Merit Ontario today welcomed the passage of Bill 66 which contains provisions to allow all qualified contractors and workers to bid on public infrastructure in Ontario. “This legislation will save taxpayers millions of dollars by increasing competition and lowering prices for public construction projects in Ontario.” said Michael Gallardo, Executive Director …Read more
Poll: Ontarians want secret ballot elections for unions, back allowing non-union companies to bid for government work.
Toronto—The overwhelming majority of Ontarians support requiring a secret ballot vote to form a union and allowing non-union construction companies to bid and work on government projects. These are two findings from a survey released today by Merit Ontario. The survey found that nearly three quarters (73 per cent) of Ontarians think a secret ballot …Read more