This bill (extending Ontario WSIB to up to 90,000 formerly exempt contractors) needs to be repealed post haste
“The law and the politicians who have written it are parasites…”
I referred a sub to one of my clients (who) got other quotes and found out my guy was the most expensive by far. Now I look like the bad guy.
“Now I tell my clients that are looking for a subcontractor referral that my guys are really busy and I don’t think they would be available.”
Why do we pay more for our own lumber than the country to our south when it is OUR Canadian product we are buying?
“(And) why do we have Metro Licensing when there is no mandate or process of certifying whether the company or individual is worth licensing in the first place?”
“What gets my goat is that the government is fully aware of (this) very large underground base.”
Visit wsibdefence.ca to learn more about Sean Keane’s legal battle against the WSIB for the way it audited him
General contractor fined $50,000 after a roofer falls to his death. Site super to spend 10 days in jail.
Joe Greps swears revenge on Nov. 24. He blames the unions for the creation of the Ontario College of Trades. He’s going to be reporting some guys.
When he has problems getting paid, David Litwiler says that BBB dispute resolution sessions have helped him out.
“I’m a Red Seal carpenter and I’m not permitted to wire a house… Why is it OK for an electrician to build a house?”
I’m not saying they don’t have the skill (to frame a house) but it sure seems like a lopsided situation.
Dean Kadikoff asks a good question after reading about drywaller Sean Keane being bankrupted by the WSIB – who were later found to have been in the wrong