Open Data Catalogue and MappMyCity Link

November 7, 2023

The WCA has received, from the City of Windsor, links to two apps:

Learn about Windsor from underground up! We have apps that display our sewer system, roads, sidewalks, addresses, buildings, parks, trails, bike lanes and routes, waterways, schools, government offices, parking lots, playgrounds, public washrooms in parks, and much, much more.

The new MappMyCity application has combined the old applications into one new and fluid experience. In the new MappMyCity, you will find the old:

  • MyCity
  • MySchoolNeighbourhood
  • MySewer
  • MyParks
  • MyBikesAndTrails
  • MyDetour

We’ve also mapped things you can’t feel or see, like ward boundaries; street centreline with information about roads, speed limits, direction and more; districts of many types; property descriptions and info; services, size and distance for a number of features; and aerial photos over the years since 2000.

Visit us often! As needs expand, so will the new easy-to-use MappMyCity app.
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City of Windsor Open Data Catalogue
Citizens are encouraged to use or repurpose the City of Windsor's open data for research purposes or to improve their interaction with municipal services and facilities. Members of the community can use the raw data provided here to create and share resources from maps to applications and more.
You can find this here.


October 11, 2023

Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance Upcoming Events

August 30, 2023

Upcoming Education and Meetings

Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations for Construction Projects Manuals

March 29, 2023

The "GREEN BOOK" is available for Direct Print or Download from the Government website. 

Click here to get it. 

Ontario Budget Highlights

March 24, 2023

On March 23rd, Ontario’s Minister of Finance, Peter Bethlenfalvy, presented the government’s roadmap for fiscal 2023-24. Please find attached budget highlights.

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Certain Ontario Workplaces Require Naloxone Kits by June 1, 2023

December 16, 2022

New requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act come into effect June 1, 2023, requiring certain Ontario workplaces to provide naloxone kits and training to workers on how to administer naloxone, a drug that can temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Find more information here

Prompt Payment and Adjudication Fact Sheets

December 8, 2022

Payment delays and disputes can cost your business a LOT of time and money. That’s why Ontario has added Prompt Payment and Adjudication to the Construction Act.

For construction, the law now requires payors to pay invoices according to fixed timelines. If your payor does not make payment when it is due, you can choose to use adjudication to enforce your right to payment. It’s a fast and inexpensive way to resolve construction payment disputes.

Prompt Payment and Adjudication rules took effect on Oct. 1, 2019 and apply to all construction projects, with few exceptions.

You can find fact sheets on Prompt Payment and Adjudication here


Ontario Investing $9.8 Million in Planning for a New Hospital for Windsor-Essex

October 18, 2021

Government improving access to care for local patients and families


Career Portal

August 24, 2021

The Windsor Construction Association Board of Directors is pleased to offer to the members of the WCA and HCA a new valuable, member feature. 
We know many of you are looking to hire new staff, from in house employees such as estimators, project managers, or office staff, to shop workers, warehousemen, drivers, to tradesmen of all kinds  and we are aware of the challenges you are facing to find the right new hire.

City of Windsor Building Fees Update

March 11, 2021

Fees Update Document

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The Link2Build Layperson's Guide to the Construction Act

October 23, 2019

The Link2Build Layperson's Guide to the Construction Act

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This guide helps you understand and adapt to Ontario's new Construction Act, which came into full effect October 1st.