CISC was at Queen’s Park yesterday as a member of Prompt Payment Ontario’s delegation to meet with the government and parliamentarians from all political parties, to call for urgent introduction of prompt payment legislation in Ontario. Multiple delegate teams held over 30 meetings during the day. The day was capped off with an evening reception hosted [...]
The CISC and the Canadian steel construction industry applaud the Canadian Senate for passing Bill S-224 last night, marking a key milestone achievement in our efforts to ensure timely payment for our businesses and over 1.3 million Canadian construction workers and their middle class families. Bill S-224 will now head to the House for further consideration. [...]
Prompt Payment Ontario is inviting Ontarians and construction industry stakeholders to join them on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 for their second Queen’s Park Advocacy Day! They want you to voice your support! The Canadian government has committed to introducing prompt payment legislation in spring 2017. Prompt Payment Ontario stresses that it’s vital for our government to [...]
CISC Saskatchewan Region participates in the SK Construction Association’s Day at the Legislature on April 4th in Regina
CISC Saskatchewan Region participated in the first Day at the Legislature on April 4th in Regina hosted by the Saskatchewan Construction Assoc as part of the Saskatchewan Construction Week. Representing the CISC were Peter Davis of Weldfab and Neil Kaarsemaker Regional Manager Saskatchewan & Alberta. They joined a delegation of 15 construction industry representatives that met [...]
On April 25, 2017, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), pursuant to paragraph 41(1)(a) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), made final determinations of dumping in respect of certain fabricated industrial steel components (FISC) originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China (China), the Republic of Korea (Korea) and the Kingdom of Spain [...]
CISC members and associates across the country provided interviews to two major construction daily newspapers, Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce, on the devastating impacts that delayed payments have had on their businesses
A national delegation of members and associates from the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC), the voice of the Canadian steel construction sector, met with parliamentarians from all political parties during CISC’s “Steel Construction Day on the Hill” on April 4.
National delegation of CISC Members & Associates will be in Ottawa next week to meet with Parliamentarians and to urge action on key issues affecting our industry.
Delayed payment is one of the biggest issues impacting the Canadian construction industry, taking billions out of the economy, and putting working middle class families at risk of job losses and bankruptcies.
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