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Under the Professional Engineers Act, a provincial statute, PEO is responsible for the licensing and discipline of engineers and companies providing engineering services. PEO protects the public by ensuring all professional engineers are qualified for licensing.
Assists Canadian-owned publishers in promoting the excellence of Canadian books, in bringing more Canadian books to more readers in Canada, and in expanding Canadian-owned publishers' domestic and international market share.
Offers information and services for administrators of Canadian payrolls
Protects the public interest through the CA profession’s high standards of qualification and the enforcement of its rules of professional conduct.
National alliance of professional science communicators, in all media.
In June 1944, following the passing of the Act, elected representatives of the Affiliates met to organize the Federation and to prepare the Regulation to be set up under the Teaching Profession Act. It was agreed that the former voluntary organizations should retain their individual autonomy within the new Federation.
A chartered, nonprofit Canadian organization founded for secretaries/executive secretaries, administrative assistants/executive assistants, office coordinators, office managers, and other Administrative Professionals.
Protects investors from unfair improper and fraudulent practices, Foster fair and efficient capital markets, and Maintains public and investor confidence in the integrity of those markets.
Promotes a professional community of management consultants where members can exchange ideas and share experiences.
Provides its owners, (the provincial Centrals and other partners) and Canada's credit unions with a forum in which to work together on these challenges at the national level and an instrument to help build and implement national capabilities and services, where these are agreed.
Non-profit, self-governing, professional association of approximately 20,000 members and a 42-year history of certification in Ontario.
Its 1,600-plus members, salaried and freelance, work with individuals and in the corporate, technical, government, non-profit, and publishing sectors.
Leaders in the combined certification and continuing education of group fitness instructors, personal fitness trainers and allied health professionals.
Non-partisan campaign to protect and strengthen Medicare.
Represents members’ interests with all levels of government, regulators, and industry, always with the intention of putting the interests of consumers first.
Not-for-profit association focused on innovations, issues and ideas that inspire leading human resources management
Association includes public high school teachers, occasional teachers, teaching assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers.
Practicing lawyer, non-practicing lawyer, law student or judge can belong whose objectives are broad enough to fill every need of the Bench and bar, and also the only organization in a position to represent a lawyer if necessary in an adversary posture in negotiations or confrontations with either federal or provincial governments.
Self-regulating organization governed by the Architects Act, which is a statute of the Government of Ontario.
Represents and supports members of the Canadian international freight forwarding industry in providing the highest level of quality and professional services.
Pro-active team of health professionals committed to promoting the highest degree of physical, mental and social well being for workers and their communities.
Acts as a voice for electronic journalists and news managers in Canada.
Manufactures and market retailer and national brands that are integral to daily life at home, work and leisure. Provides Canadians with safe, high-quality food and consumer products sold through retail grocery, drug, convenience and mass merchandise.
Company provides writing submissions and position papers, meeting with key government representatives and senior level officials from the Canada Border Services Agency, Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Department of Finance, Environment Canada, and other federal and provincial departments and agencies.
Not-for-profit association whose more than 9,000 members represent all retail formats, including national and regional department stores, mass merchants, specialty chains, independent stores and online merchants.
Canadian Community Newspapers Association is the national voice of the community press in Canada.
Non-profit trade and lobby organization, representing Canadian Daily Newspapers (English and French). Information includes the Ultimate guide to newspapers, careers section, marketing, public affairs, press and courts, CAN news.
Organization publishes and distributes scripts for productions of Canadian plays.
Organization is specialized sales profession and offers rates on travel and hotels, car leasing and rentals, insurance and financial services.
Offers bus rides and tours for common attractions.
A professional trade organization for promoting country music industry, both domestically and internationally.
Founded in 1950. Helps with advocating for favourable government policies, supplying with tools, support and information about the industry. Promotes the image of the industry among readers. Represents over 260 community newspapers in Ontario.
Not-for-profit industry association represents over 250 member companies in the electrical, electronics and telecommunications industries in Canada.
Helps individuals on the path to success in logistics.
Multi-disciplinary, non-profit association dedicated to the improvement of communication, contract documentation, and technical information in the construction industry.
Protects investors and enhance the efficiency and competitiveness of the Canadian capital markets.
RIBO regulates the licensing, professional competence, ethical conduct and insurance related financial obligations of all independent general insurance brokers in the province of Ontario.
National organization of professionals engaged in marketing, advertising, social and political research.
Features major speakers from utilities, industry, government and regulators directly concerned with the electricity market in Ontario.
Promotes the optimal net economic and social impact from commercial recycling activities.
Largest travel and tourism-related associations in Canada, and the voice of private sector bus operators, inter-city bus lines, charter and coach tour companies in Ontario.
Develops an organization of highly qualified trainers with specialty skills to service the needs of clients.
Voice of over 100 road building contractors who build and maintain the majority of the provincial highway system and Ontario's municipal roads and bridges.
Since its formation, the OPA has worked to enhance the professional image of paramedics, to improve communications between paramedics, and to lobby for improvements to the standards of patient care.
Organization of Canada's most credible and qualified financial planning professionals.
Members Area of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects' Web site is a new and vital service to our 850+ full, associate and affiliate members
Voluntary professional, not for profit association which provides a free referral service to the public in locating Massage Therapists in communities across Ontario.
Provides a voice for hot mix asphalt producers on all subjects affecting our industry or our member's businesses.
Maxine The Maximizer provides professional organizing services for the home and office and eliminates the clutter and the stress from your life.
Leading global community that is shaping and defining the future of the meeting and event industry.
Provides information services to its members on current government, manufacturer, and consumer issues.
Nursing school of Ontario.
Promotes public confidence in insurance companies through fair and conscientious dealing, and shall refrain from any fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, dishonest non-disclosure, undue influence or other mischievous practice.
Hosts events each year to raise funds to be distributed amongst charitable organizations.
Co-operates with government and their members, to establish fair and uniform business practices, standards of advertising and training, and pro-active programs to enhance customer service.
Toronto Chapter 26 of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) home page outlines chapter talks and tours, links to other professional societies and information about how to join this world-wide manufacturing engineering group.
The purpose of the association is to maintain and enhance the standards of professionalism of the AME and the aircraft maintenance industry as a whole, and to protect the rights and privileges of the AME.
Association of firefighters, photo gallery, safety tips and kids corner.
Represents, supports in advance the interests of financial institutions in insurance and affiliated organizations.
Provides leadership with integrity and professionalism, develop services that address current needs and future concerns to insure the permanency of Denturists as the primary providers of dental prosthetics and related services.
Protect the collective bargaining rights of all members and defends publicly funded public education.
Provides the latest information on new technology and access to information on latest trade show listings.
An emergency shelter for abused women and their children. Describes their programs, volunteer needs, resources, and ways to help.
A support organization for South Asians infected with and affected by HIV. Services are available in languages including Tamil, Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi and include preventative education, support, outreach, and advocacy.
Provides friendship and guidance to children through one-to-one relationships with mature volunteers. Lists mission statement and philosophy, special events, and program descriptions.
Not-for-profit organization that supports members through workshops, courses and critiquing sessions, and promotes public awareness of botanical art through juried exhibitions.
Information of general interest with a Famous Masons section. Meetings, activity and history information, with links to other Masonic sites, world-wide.
Organization whose objective is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Includes history, membership information, meeting schedules, news, upcoming events, joining details.
Provides a confidential listening, befriending, and crisis intervention telephone service for people in Oakville, Milton and surrounding areas.
A free, non-profit information and support group for women and their partners, covering all aspects of pregnancy and birth. Meetings held in Oshawa, with telephone support for others in Ontario.