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Carpenters’ Union: “$ 3.1 billion embezzled from government: no to tax fraud”

TORONTO – The Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario (CDCO) is relaunching its campaign against tax fraud, which began Monday and runs until April 16. “The government is estimated to lose between 1.8 billion and 3.1 billion due to tax fraud in the construction sector – explains Mike Yorke (in the pic above, from https://canada.constructconnect.com), president and director of the Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario.  (more…)

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Carpenters’ Union, Priorities for a Stronger Economy

The following is an edited version of a document co-authored by Tony Iannuzzi, Executive Secretary Treasurer and Mike Yorke, President of the Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario (CDCO), in preparation for the Budget consultation by the Ontario Government.

Investments in infrastructure are crucial to a strong economic recovery for Ontario and Canada as a whole, especially in the wake of Covid-19. Such investments have the ability to create jobs, get people back to work and build a stronger workforce.

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Ontario Nurses’ Union secures “retention bonus” for front-line nurses

TORONTO – With less than four months until the Provincial election, the Ford Government agrees to pay $5,000 to Ontario’s front-line nurses in publicly funded settings. The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) confirmed this in a statement (February 11), that said its president, Cathryn Hoy had met with Premier Ford and “negotiated a good-faith retention bonus for all front-line nurses in publicly-funded facilities”.

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La Carpenters’ Union celebra il Black History Month

TORONTO – Questo febbraio, in Nord America si celebra il Black History Month (BHM). Quest’anno segna la sua 26esima celebrazione in Canada. Il Carpenters District Council of Ontario (CDCO), uno dei più grandi sindacati dei lavoratori qualificati dell’Ontario, sta facendo la sua parte per promuovere il significato del BHM nei cantieri di tutta la provincia… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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L’impegno del Carpenters’ Union per le forze armate

TORONTO – È stato in una bella mattina autunnale che Durval Terceira, coordinatore sindacale locale per Local 1030, sabato scorso è partito per la marcia annuale di raccolta fondi a sostegno di Renos for Heroes (R4H). Nonostante gli organizzatori dell’iniziativa abbiano dovuto spostare l’evento al formato virtuale per il secondo anno a causa della pandemia, ciò non ha scoraggiato il suo impegno a sostenere i veterani militari del Canada per conto del Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Carpenters’ Union committed to supporting Canada’s military

A beautiful autumn morning greeted Durval Terceira, Local Union Co-ordinator for Local 1030, as he set out this past Saturday for the annual fundraising walk to support Renos for Heroes (R4H). Despite event organizers having to move the event to a virtual format for the second year due to the pandemic, it did not deter his commitment to support Canada’s military veterans on behalf of the Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario. (more…)

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Carpenters’ Union launches campaign to end tax fraud

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian The Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario (CDCO) calls for united action to end tax fraud in the construction industry. On April 6, the CDCO launched their campaign to stop tax fraud and put an end to illegal worksites: notaxfraud.com

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