Unionized construction workers in Ontario less likely to be injured, less lost time than non-construction workers, says new study

Sean Strickland, of the Ontario Construction Secretariat, which funded the study, says it confirms there is a ‘union safety effect’ on workplaces.

Liberal MP Joyce Murray pictured at the construction skills training facility at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ont., with Scott Fleming, construction skills coordinator for Sir Sandford Fleming College. Photograph courtesy Joyce Murray


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