Originally published via Daily Commercial News Don Wall October 16, 2020 Stakeholders believe the future of skilled trades in Ontario’s construction…
IBEW CCO Executive Secretary Treasurer James Barry attends announcement today in Toronto with Minister McNaughton I was pleased to attend…
Two Ontario electrical sector organizations have released a report recommending steps forward for the Ontario government to fill the void left by the demise of the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT).
The OEL wants to reduce apprentice to journeyperson ratios as the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT) enters its next round of reviews.
Originally appearing on OCR, this article announces the delay in the OCOT apprentice ratio review. Plus response by James Barry, IBEW CCO Exec. Director.
On April 9 2018, OCOT announced that its compliance and enforcement team is ramping up efforts. The IBEW CCO will be watching closely.
Since our letter was sent, there’s been response from Walter Pamic and the OCOT Chair in the Daily Commercial News, but sadly no response from Minister Flynn.
The IBEW has joined other trades coalition members in issuing a letter to the Minister of Labour and the OCOT Chair outlining concerns about the appointment of Walter Pamic.
Originally published in pressprogress.ca What’s going on at the Ontario College of Trades? How did a former Conservative candidate who…
IBEW CCO feedback to the Ministry of Education and Skills Development (MAESD) on the new OCOT Trades Classification Review process.
The new OCOT Compliance and Enforcement policy now has specified penalties in dollar amounts for notices of contravention.