There is strength
The Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA) is a federation of construction associations, the largest and most representative group of Industrial, Commercial Institutional (ICI) and heavy civil construction employers in the province. We bring the concerns of our members to the attention of Queen’s Park and are committed to working with the government to ensure that Ontario’s legislative landscape is one in which our industry can grow and prosper.
the benefits of membership
COCA’s members have a powerful conduit to directly influence decisions that impact the construction industry in Ontario. On our members behalf COCA builds and fosters influence and relationships with decision makers.
Exchange of Ideas
Members have a forum to exchange information, ideas and best practices on construction industry issues in Ontario. This enables COA’s members to inform and protect their members and to provide leadership for their associations.
Exchange of Ideas
You have a forum to exchange information, ideas and best practices on construction industry issues in Ontario. This enables you to inform and protect your members and to provide leadership for your association.
Members receive easy to understand, timely, relevant, credible, leading edge information that is contextualized for the construction industry. This means COCA members are always on top of the issues and their impact on the industry.
A Strong Voice
Our Federation is a strong voice for Ontario’s construction industry. COCA provides its members with the resources, credibility, relationships and expertise to increase the influence of their organizations.
COCA's letter supporting the submission made by the Ontario Mining Association in respect of Proposed Changes to Occupational Exposure Limits.
COCA's submission in response to a consultation held with stakeholders in May 2021. COCA's submission supported the submission that was developed by the Ontario Business Coalition.
As part of the Sherrard Expert Panel on the Skilled Trades’ phase 2 consultation, COCA made a detailed submission that addressed the following three issues: i) criteria and process for prescribing a trade and deprescribing a trade; ii) criteria and process for...
COCA's letter to Minister of Transportation, Caroline Mulroney about her ministry’s practice of contracting out of the provisions of the Construction Act
Message from COCA Chair Romeo Milano For Canadians who have likely never experienced systemic racism, it is easy to deny its existence. Systemic racism is a ripple effect from years of racist and discriminatory practices, and as individuals, it is normal to feel...