July 10, 2020
TORONTO – Today, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, issued the following statement on Statistics Canada’s monthly employment release:
“Today’s employment numbers are an indication that Ontario’s economy is beginning to stabilize as we continue to safely and gradually reopen the province. According to Statistics Canada, employment in Ontario increased by 377,900 in June, including an increase of 66,200 manufacturing jobs. But the job numbers are much more than a statistic, they represent, families, business owners and workers back at work and contributing to Ontario’s economic recovery.
Earlier this week, we introduced the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act. This legislation is the first step in our made-in-Ontario plan for growth, renewal and economic recovery. If passed, this bill will help get shovels in the ground faster on key infrastructure projects, lead to the creation of more jobs and investment, and cut red tape to help businesses adapt to the new environment.
Protecting the health and safety of all people working in Ontario is our highest concern at all times. The unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic requires Ontario’s businesses to adapt their health and safety practices to protect their employees and customers and steer through this challenging economic environment.
The WSIB can help businesses improve their workplace health and safety during this pandemic and be ready for those that may come. Their Health and Safety Excellence program offers practical advice to help businesses stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep their people and communities safe.
To highlight the program’s pandemic readiness materials and topics, the WSIB is starting a special campaign that features an association toolkit. The toolkit features shareable information and graphics on how the program can help you navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic and build a more resilient, sustainable business.
In improving your workplace health and safety, businesses like yours can help save lives, contain the spread of the virus, and contribute to the economic recovery of the province.
The City is doing everything possible, in cooperation with the provincial and federal governments, to minimize impact and see economic recovery take place as soon as possible. This page helps enable the City to better respond to the evolving challenges with partners in government, business and non-profits.
The City has prepared a Business Recovery Action Plan to assist the local economy in coming back stronger and smarter after COVID-19. It will guide local investment in the economic recovery after COVID-19 and identify local initiatives that will help the recovery process. The Plan was built through consultation with local businesses, including the Barrie Construction Association, stakeholders, and the general public. Thanks to all those that contributed.
Take advantage of this opportunity to join one of Simcoe County’s largest ICI Plumbing & Mechanical companies as a LICENSED SHEET METAL FOREMAN. In operation since 2016, our focus is on providing an amazing experience for our clients, while maintaining a fun, family-like and rewarding environment for our team members. Working in Simcoe County, our team spends their time doing more of the things they love, rather than sitting on a highway in traffic.
Take advantage of this opportunity to join one of Simcoe County’s largest ICI Plumbing & Mechanical companies as a LICENSED PLUMBING FOREMAN. In operation since 2016, our focus is on providing an amazing experience for our clients, while maintaining a fun, family-like and rewarding environment for our team members. Working in Simcoe County, our team spends their time doing more of the things they love, rather than sitting on a highway in traffic.
ICI Construction Project Manager
We are looking for an experienced ICI Construction Project Manager to oversee a wide range of projects from start to finish. Projects could range from various Government Institutions, including municipal Government, Military Facilities, Hospitals, Penitentiaries. The Project Manager must be able to obtain the necessary security clearance for site access. Travel across Ontario will be required with expenses paid.
Managing ICI Construction projects with values from $500,000 to over
Five to ten years in the role of Project Coordinator and/or Project Manager Must have the ability to adapt & learn in changing environment
Extensive knowledge in construction methodologies & procedures Able to coordinate different disciplines & be a team player
Managing several individual projects in various stages of construction from time of award, deficiency, warranty completion & closeout
Strategic planning including conflict resolution, risk management & change management
Leadership skills a must, be able to provide guidance, clear instruction &
Strictly adhere to project specification requirements while ensuring the project is completed on time & in an efficient manner and with maximum profitability Organize & oversee all construction procedures in conjunction with the Site Superintendent & Senior Management
Obtain permits and licenses from appropriate building authorities
Control needed resources (manpower, equipment, materials) from start to finish while following budgetary limitations & opportunities
Participate in meetings with clients, consultant & sub-trade contractors
Support & direct the entire project team including Site Superintendent Project Coordinator, workforce, trade contractors, suppliers etc.
Creating & managing project schedule to ensure project milestones are met & timely completion of project
Budget control, invoice approvals & progress draw applications
Reliability & punctuality a MUST
We thank all who apply, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted . Please email cover letter & resume to email@example.com
We are looking for an experienced ICI Construction Site Superintendent to oversee a wide range of projects from start to finish. Projects could range from various Government Institutions, including municipal Government, Military Facilities, Hospitals, Penitentiaries. The Site Superintendent must be able to obtain the necessary security clearance for site access. Travel across Ontario will be required with expenses paid.
Experience supervising Institutional Constriction projects with values between
$5,000,000 & $10,000,000
Knowledgeable in all construction methodologies & procedures
Coordination of all on-site activities including manpower, contractors, material, equipment etc.
Demonstrated knowledge of OHSA & Regulations for Construction Projects Demonstrated knowledge of the Ontario Building Code
Must be computer literate in Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel)
Reporting to the Project Manager & providing site support including daily paperwork, managing construction activities of contractors and in-house manpower
Participate in meeting with clients, consultants, trade contractors, project support team
Determine on-site resources as required while working with Project Manager to ensure needs are met
Ensure all trade partners continuously work within the Health & Safety requirements as set out by the Health & Safety Officer
Continuously & actively inspects all areas of project throughout all phases of construction to ensure quality standards are met within the scheduled timelines maximizing profitability
Forecast project look ahead schedule & tasks for planning of upcoming work
Reliability & punctuality a MUST
We thank all who apply, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please email cover letter & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org