Canadian Auto Workers Local 195
Early in 1936, the United Auto Workers Union in Canada began its' campaign to organize auto workers. At that time it had little or no funds available. It had 150 workers at Kelsey Wheel in Windsor (now Kelsey-Hayes). That's where it got first official recognition. That first Charter contained the names of the pioneers of the union in Canada. There was activity elsewhere in Canada, notably Oshawa, but it was here that the first Charter was signed on December 11, 1936.
The Canadian Historical
To preserve, maintain, restore, display, and demonstrate antique or vintage military and civilian aircraft considered important to Canadian aviation history.
The Windsor Rotary Club 1918
Rotary is an organization of business and professional men and women united worldwide dedicated to providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations, and helping build good will and peace in the world.
Windsor Essex Home Builders' Association
The Windsor Essex Home Builders' Association has been an effective and respected "voice for the residential construction industry" since 1953. We are a volunteer organization, run by local members.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
With more than half a million members across Canada, CUPE represents workers in health care, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, public utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines.
Canadian Auto Workers Union
The CAW is the largest private sector union in Canada. Through their members and their departments, the CAW has on-going involvement in, and commitment to, many workplace, economic and social justice issues.
Chicken Farmers of Ontario
Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) is a farmer-run, non-profit organization representing approximately 1,100 Ontario chicken farmers. If you are looking for information on the chicken industry in Ontario their site features information and links of interest to consumers, chicken farmers and the general public.
College of Nurses of Ontario
The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) is the governing body for the 140,000 registered nurses (RNs) and registered practical nurses (RPNs) in Ontario, Canada. The College regulates nursing to protect the public interest and sets requirements to enter the profession, establishes and enforces standards of nursing practice, and assures the quality of practice of the profession and the continuing competence of nurses.
Dairy Farmers of Ontario
The marketing group for the largest sector of Ontario agriculture, owned and operated by the farm families of Ontario's dairy farms.
Ontario Auto Recyclers Association
Auto Recyclers purchase end-of-life and accidented vehicles, and ensure that all vehicles are retired in an environmentally sound manner. Auto Recyclers are a valuable source of low cost, high quality used auto parts. Since its inception, OARA has been a working partner with other automotive associations and government working groups on waste oil, CFCs, scrap tires and wrecked or salvaged vehicle issues.
Ontario Cattlemen's Association
The Ontario Cattlemen's Association (OCA) is a grassroots organization that provides leadership to cattlemen from all sectors of the industry. OCA was formed in 1963 as the "Ontario Beef Improvement Association". In 1976, the name changed to Ontario Cattlemen's Association to reflect its increasingly important role as a commodity lobby organization.
Ontario Dental Association
The Ontario Dental Association is a voluntary professional organization representing almost 80 percent of dentists in Ontario. It is dedicated to the provision of exemplary oral health care and promotes the attainment of optimal health for the people of Ontario.
Ontario Nurses' Association
Founded in 1973, the Ontario Nurses' Association (ONA) is the trade union that represents 53,000 registered nurses and allied health professionals working throughout Ontario.
Ontario Public Employees Union
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada's most democratic and dynamic unions. With approximately 115,000 full- and part-time members, nearly 500 locals, and 35 Regional Offices and Membership Centres across Ontario,they're the third largest union in the province.
Ontario Teachers Federation
Was set up by the Teaching Profession Act of 1944 as the professional organization for teachers in the province. All teachers (as defined in the Teaching Profession Act ) are required by law to belong to the Federation as a condition of teaching in the publicly funded schools of Ontario.
Professional Engineers Ontario
Professional Engineers Ontario licenses Ontario's 70,000 professional engineers, grants temporary, limited and provisional licences to practise professional engineering, and authorizes businesses to provide engineering services to the public.
The Royal Canadian Golf Association
Our organization was founded in 1895 to govern and help develop the game in Canada. We are proud of our history, but we don't live in the past. We are straight forward and honest about our interests and the game that we love. We take our responsibility for protecting and shaping it very seriously. We believe that the future of golf is best served by closely observing and enforcing theses traditions and rules.