I paid the Ontario College of Trades for my ticket this year and it will be the last time. I am headed to Alberta to write and get a new licenceCanadian Contractor
Robert says he is offended by the Ontario College of Trades violating his privacy by publishing his name and company information on a public website. "Why not only publish the bad apples and go after them?"
This was posted by Robert on Feb. 19.
“I paid (the Ontario College of Trades) for my ticket this year and it will be the last time. I am headed to Alberta this summer to write and get a new licence. Yes it will cost me $450 bucks but it won’t be to OCOT. For me it’s not the $120 dollars (annual fee) it’s the damn letter welcoming me to their cash grab and the stamped certificate showing me as a member. (I’ve been) bullied into paying for their project and they’ve take away my right to privacy by publishing my name without my consent. Why not only publish the bad apples and go after them? The OCOT is only going to push more people underground.
I have worked in Alberta for some time and they cater to the trades, because they seem to have an understanding that WE keep it all going.
KIDS, GO OUT WEST AND GET YOUR TRADE!”