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June 2 is election day!

Voting on election day is just one of the ways you can vote in Ontario.
To make voting easier, explore options such as advance voting and vote by mail.

Voter Registration

Confirm, update, or add your information to the voters list until May 23rd to receive a voter information card

Confirm, update, or add your information to the voters list until May 23rd to receive a voter information card

Voter Registration

June 2 is election day


Construction Training & Apprenticeship Ontario (CTAO) strives to identify and realize the shared goals of the Unionized Building and Construction Trade Stakeholders, Government Agencies, Educational Institutions and Community Organizations for providing reliable information and establishing collaborative initiatives related to pursuing skilled trade careers.

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The Ontario Building and Construction Tradeswomen (OBCT) is a committee of tradeswomen from across the province who are working together to advocate for women & other underrepresented gender identities in the trades to ensure they feel inspired, welcomed, motivated, challenged, and empowered. 



The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL–CIO) is the largest federation of unions in the United States. It is made up of 56 national and international unions, together representing more than 12 million active and retired workers. The AFL–CIO engages in substantial political spending and activism, typically in support of liberal or progressive policies.


North America’s Building Trades Unions is a labor organization representing more than 3 million skilled craft professionals in the United States and Canada. NABTU is composed of fourteen national and international unions and over 330 provincial, state and local building and construction trades councils.


The Canadian Labour Congress is the largest labour organization in Canada, bringing together dozens of national and international unions, provincial and territorial federations of labour and community-based labour councils to represent more than 3 million workers across the country.

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As Canada’s largest labour federation, we fight for positive change in every area that affects people’s daily lives. We believe that all people deserve safe, just, inclusive, and equitable working and living conditions – whether you belong to a union or not.

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