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June 1, 2018
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Two years from now, the Ontario industry could look like this if Horwath wins

The following fictional scenario is based on the official campaign platform and other policies of the Ontario NDP


Contractor Talk Episode 1: The Making of a Contractor: John McLellan

One of the most successful roofing and renovations contractors in the Toronto area talks about his successes, mistakes and business principles


Successful social media marketing has changed

Busting some internet myths (Part 1)
 
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On the brink of an Ontario election, here’s one contractor’s take on construction unions

"The worst part is, they flat out lie to us. And offer to pay employees to testify against their employer." » Read More

Electrical contractor can’t hire the staff he needs because of Ontario’s apprenticeship ratios

"We sometimes decide not to bid on jobs because we can't get enough people to do the work," says Dale McDonald, who blames the ratios system. » Read More

New generation of residential trades doesn’t want to do the grunt work, he argues

Tim Wills finds it hard to located good young people with which to share his 17 years of residential construction knowledge » Read More