Your one-stop resource hub for Ontario's 2022 Election
Ontario’s 43rd general election is underway, and voters will head to the polls Thursday June 2nd to elect their next government to represent them in provincial parliament. ACEC-Ontario’s 2022 Election page outlines the issues and positions important to Ontario’s consulting engineering industry. Scroll down to read more on key issues, how to have a say during this election season, understand the platforms and positions of Ontario’s main political parties, see what’s trending in the polls, and find resources to help you get out and vote. Enjoy!
Consultants are often in a position of be required to accept contractual risk that is beyond the scope of their services to an assignment and hence professional liability insurance requirements and regulatory responsibilities. It is ACEC-Ontario’s position that project risk should be allocated to appropriate parties to the assignment, recognizing regulatory and insurance requirements. Click here to learn more.
ACEC-Ontario has consistently advocated for fair and reasonable contract, terms, conditions and fees for professional services. The “fair and reasonable” approach seeks to highlight procurement and contractual practices that do not align with industry standards and “open for business” practices.Click here to learn more.
For on-time and on-budget project delivery, the selection of the most appropriate procurement model is essential, however Ontario public sector clients and its proponents do not have the benefit of a comprehensive and transparent process guiding these decisions. It is ACEC-Ontario’s position that such a process is essential to successful public procurement; the characteristics of the project should determine the model used. Click here to learn more.
The early integration of engineering and design is essential for effective planning, design, procurement, and execution of public sector projects. This practice enables better scoping and pricing, contributing to fewer delays and change orders. Click here to learn more.
The development and maintenance of design and construction pipelines is a critical tool for the consulting engineering industry to efficiently prepare for effective project planning, design, procurement, and delivery. Click here to learn more.
How to participate this election season – Join ACEC-Ontario’s digital advocacy campaign!
Engage directly with the candidates in your local riding during this election season by joining ACEC-Ontario’s first digital advocacy letter campaign! The campaign outlines ACEC-Ontario’s top advocacy priorities (detailed below), and by sending a letter to the candidate in your riding, you can help communicate en masse to key decision makers in Ontario on issues that are critical for the success of the consulting engineering industry.
Signed by you, for you- participate today to take a direct role in advocating with your association for the industry! Click here to join the campaign and make your mark.
ACEC-Ontario’s Advocacy Priorities:
The appropriate allocation of risk for Consultants engaged with public sector projects
Fair and reasonable procurement practices and contract terms and conditions that align with industry standards and regulatory requirements
Transparent and comprehensive procurement model selection for public sector projects to help the industry deliver projects on time and on budget
The need for early integration of quality design documents for public sector projects
The development and maintenance of design and construction project pipelines for efficient project delivery
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