Convictions

Knowing and understanding your responsibilities are the first steps. You must also be able and willing to meet each of those obligations. There are offences in the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 for not meeting your obligations, and a court may impose fines and restitution orders upon conviction.

Conviction notices will remain on our website for two years

August 2019

August 21: Garden Foods - Bolton Ltd.fined $2,500

On August 21, 2019, Garden Foods - Bolton Ltd. located at 501 Queen Street South in Bolton, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Garden Foods - Bolton Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Caledon East to pay a fine of $2,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days. 

August 20: Better Start Naturals Inc. operating as Welo

On August 20, 2019, Better Start Naturals Inc. operating as Welo located at 14-3750A Laird Road in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to register with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within 10 days of becoming an employer. This is a violation under s.151(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Better Start Naturals Inc. operating as Welo was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Mississauga to pay a fine of $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year. 

August 15: 1773321 Ontario Inc. o/a TAF Staffing Company

On August 15, 2019, 1773321 Ontario Inc. o/a TAF Staffing Company located at 180 Mississauga Valley Boulevard, Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to register with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within 10 days of becoming an employer. This is a violation under s.151(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, 1773321 Ontario Inc. o/a TAF Staffing Company was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Hamilton to pay a fine of $2,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 60 days. 

August 13: Drakkar & Associes Inc./Drakkar & Partners Inc.

On August 13, 2019, Drakkar & Associes Inc./Drakkar & Partners Inc. located at 6303 Airport Road in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Drakkar & Associes Inc./Drakkar & Partners Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay a fine of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days. 

July 2019

July 25: 2257444 Ontario Inc. o/a Spago Trattoria

On July 25, 2019, 2257444 Ontario Inc. o/a Spago Trattoria located at 690 Erie Street East in Windsor, ON, pleaded guilty to four counts of failing to submit statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. These are violations under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. 

On a joint sentencing submission, 2257444 Ontario Inc. o/a Spago Trattoria was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Windsor to pay fines totalling $14,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

July 23: IDP Group Inc./Groupe IDP Inc.

On July 23, 2019, IDP Group Inc./Groupe IDP Inc. located at 171 Main Street North in Chesterville, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, IDP Group Inc./Groupe IDP Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 3 months.

July 12: Jireh Roofing Ltd.

On July 12, 2019, Jireh Roofing Ltd. located at 104-1B Richview Road in Etobicoke, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. Jireh Roofing Inc. also pleaded guilty to one count of taking action with respect to one of its workers, the intent of discouraging or preventing the worker from filing a claim for benefits. These are violations under s.152(3) and 155.1 of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Jireh Roofing Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay fines totalling $12,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 18 months. 

July 5: Joao Azevedo Lopes

On July 5, 2019, Joao Azevedo Lopes pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Joao Azevedo Lopes was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine in the amount of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 18 months. 

July 5: Andrew David Viccajee o/a Just Clean

On July 5, 2019, Andrew David Viccajee o/a Just Clean located at 59 Warner Lane in Brantford, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly providing false or misleading information to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in response to a request for information required by the Board. This is a violation under s.151(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Andrew Viccajee o/a Just Clean was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 1 year.

July 5: Andrew Viccajee

On July 5, 2019, Andrew Viccajee pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred. This is a violation under s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Andrew Viccajee was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $7,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 1 year.

July 5: Xpress Towing Inc.

On July 5, 2019, Xpress Towing Inc. located at 401 Alness Street in Toronto, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Xpress Towing Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 18 months.

June 2019

June 28: Yuriy Akhtemiychuk

On June 28, 2019, Yuriy Akhtemiychuk pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred. This is a violation under s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Yuriy Akhtemiychuk was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine in the amount of $3,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

June 4: Carl Flieler

On June 4, 2019, Carl Flieler pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. The defendant also pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred. These are violations under s.149(1) and s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Carl Flieler was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Belleville to pay a fine in the amount of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months. A suspended sentence was imposed on the 149(1) charge.

April 2019

April 26: Isabel Medeiros

On April 26, 2019, Isabel Medeiros pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with her claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Isabel Medeiros was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $8,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

April 5: Olympic Plastic Bags (1983) Ltd.

On April 5, 2019, Olympic Plastic Bags (1983) Ltd. located at 35 Dominion Acres in Scarborough, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Olympic Plastic Bags (1983) Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $8,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 12 months. 

April 2: Mississauga Stair & Railing Inc.

On April 2, 2019, Mississauga Stair & Railing Inc. located at 3-5115 Maingate Drive in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Mississauga Stair & Railing Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Mississauga to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within three months. 

March 2019

March 19: 9107509 Canada Inc. o/a Shishalicious Cafe

On March 19, 2019, 9107509 Canada Inc. o/a Shishalicious Cafe located at 5130 Dixie Road in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to register with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within 10 days of becoming an employer. The company also pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. These are violations under s.151(1) and s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, 9107509 Canada Inc. o/a Shishalicious Cafe was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Mississauga to pay fines totalling $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

February 2019

February 22: Scarboro Steel Works Inc.

On February 22, 2019, Scarboro Steel Works Inc. located at 102 Manville Road in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Scarboro Steel Works Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $6,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one month.

February 13: Belinta Construction Ltd.

On February 13, 2019, Belinta Construction Ltd. located at 20 Bermondsey Road in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

Belinta Construction Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year. 

February 1: Centennial Material Handling Ltd.

On February 1, 2019, Centennial Material Handling Ltd. located at 300 Bradwick Drive in Vaughan, pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with a worker's claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Centennial Material Handling Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay a fine of $9,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months.

January 2019

January 25: Tri City Construction Ltd.

On January 25, 2019, Tri City Construction Ltd. located at 54 Shaft Road in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with a worker's claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Tri City Construction Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $13,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months. 

January 25: James Rutherford

On January 25, 2019, James Rutherford pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred. This is a violation under s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, James Rutherford was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

January 25: Soapopular Inc.

On January 25, 2019, Soapopular Inc. located at 997 The Queensway in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Soapopular Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

January 18: Ali Mostaghimi Tehrani

On January 18, 2019, Ali Mostaghimi Tehrani pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Ali Mostaghimi Tehrani was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

January 17: 2418972 Ontario Inc. operating as Lona Trucking

On January 17, 2019, 2418972 Ontario Inc. operating as Lona Trucking located at 8240 Gateside Place in Windsor, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, 2418972 Ontario Inc. operating as Lona Trucking was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Windsor to pay a fine of $1,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year. 

January 8: Mansouri Group Inc.

On January 8, 2019, Mansouri Group Inc. located at #9-30 Wertheim Court in Richmond Hill, ON pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Mansouri Group Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay a fine of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 90 days.

January 8: Decon Environmental Remediation Inc.

On January 8, 2019, Decon Environmental Remediation Inc. located at 26 Holtby Ave. in Brampton, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of taking action with respect to one of its workers, the intent of discouraging or preventing the worker from filing a claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.155.1 of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Decon Environmental Remediation Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay a fine of $25,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

December 2018

December 14: Wide Range Transportation Services Inc.

On December 14, 2018, Wide Range Transportation Services Inc. located at 689 South Service Road in Grimsby, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Wide Range Transportation Services Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Welland to pay a fine of $6,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days. 

December 14: Northsheds Inc.

On December 14, 2018, Northsheds Inc. located at 21626 Hwy 48 in Mount Albert, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Northsheds Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay a fine of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 90 days.

December 12: Ontario Ambulance Services Inc

On December 12, 2018, Ontario Ambulance Services Inc.. located at 75 Barnesdale Ave. North in Hamilton, pleaded guilty to one count of taking action with respect to one of its workers, the intent of discouraging or preventing the worker from filing a claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.155.1 of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Ontario Ambulance Services Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Hamilton to pay a fine of $10,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

December 11: Dibbon Foods Ltd., 1465163 Ontario Inc.

On December 11, 2018, Dibbon Foods Ltd., 1465163 Ontario Inc., 1465164 Ontario Inc. and 1549885 Ontario Inc. all operating as Subway Sandwiches & Salads, office address located at 7741 Wellington Road 22 in Guelph, ON, pleaded guilty to two counts each of failing to submit statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. These are violations under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

1573744 Ontario Inc. operating as Subway Sandwiches & Salads also pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within 10 days of ceasing to be a Schedule 1 employer and one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. These are violations under s.151(2) and s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

On a joint sentencing submission, the companies were ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Kitchener/Waterloo to pay fines totalling $15,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months.

November 2018

November 26: Dustin Hughes

On November 26, 2018, Dustin Hughes pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred. This is a violation under s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

Dustin Hughes was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Peterborough to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

November 23: Anas Woodworking Inc.

On November 23, 2018, Anas Woodworking Inc. located at 70 Belfield Road in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Anas Woodworking Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

November 23: 8761787 Canada Inc. operating as Mermaid Luxury (Niagara Falls)

On November 23, 2018, 8761787 Canada Inc. operating as Mermaid Luxury (Niagara Falls) located at 278-4025 Dorchester Road in Niagara Falls, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

On sentencing submissions, 8761787 Canada Inc. operating as Mermaid Luxury was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Welland to pay a fine of $1,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 24 months.

November 22: Kendry Clarke

On November 22, 2018, Kendry Clarke pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

On sentencing submissions on December 20, 2018, Kendry Clarke was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Lindsay to pay a fine of $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

November 9: Paul Nout

On November 9, 2018, Paul Nout pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Paul Nout was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

October 2018

October 23: James Rottier

On October 23, 2018, James Rottier pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, James Rottier was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall to pay a fine of $1,700, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

October 16: Tenneco Canada Inc.

On October 16, 2018, Tenneco Canada Inc., registered office address at 77 King St West in Toronto, pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to their workers. These are violations under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Tenneco Canada Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Kitchener/Waterloo to pay a fine of $24,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days.

October 16: Maple Leaf Foods Inc.

On October 16, 2018, Maple Leaf Foods Inc. located at 6985 Financial Drive in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to two counts of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with worker claims for benefits. Maple Leaf Foods Inc. also pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. These are violations under s.149(1) and s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Maple Leaf Foods Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Mississauga to pay fines totalling $45,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 60 days.

October 16: Waterloo Energy Products Inc.

On October 16, 2018, Waterloo Energy Products Inc. located at 29 St. Charles St. East in Maryhill, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Waterloo Energy Products Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Kitchener/Waterloo to pay a fine of $2,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 15 days.

October 2: The Grand Olympia Hospitality & Convention Centre Inc.

On October 2, 2018, The Grand Olympia Hospitality & Convention Centre Inc. located at 660 Barton Street in Stoney Creek, ON, was convicted on three counts of failing to submit statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. These are violations under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

The Grand Olympia Hospitality & Convention Centre Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Hamilton to pay fines totalling $50,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days.

October 2: Natex Machinery Group Inc.

On October 2, 2018, Natex Machinery Group Inc. located at 13 Melanie Drive in Brampton, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker. This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Natex Machinery Group Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay a fine of $2,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 15 days.

July 2018

July 19: MCM Acres Ltd. fined $10,000

On July 19, 2018, MCM Acres Ltd. located at 279 Talbot Street West in Leamington, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, MCM Acres Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Leamington to pay a fine of $10,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 90 days.

July 18: Boulder Design Inc. fined $2,000

On July 18, 2018, Boulder Design Inc. located at 69 Vail Meadows Crescent in Bowmanville, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Boulder Design Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Whitby to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 90 days.

July 18: 2170365 Ontario Inc. operating as Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu fined $5,000

On July 18, 2018, 2170365 Ontario Inc. o/a Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu located at 310 Davenport Road in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, 2170365 Ontario Inc. o/a Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $5,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

July 13: Juff's Roofing Limited fined $3,000

On July 13, 2018, Juff's Roofing Limited located at 5000 Yonge Street in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Juff's Roofing Limited was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 12 months.

July 12: Ottawa Jewish Home for the Aged fined $10,000

On July 12, 2018, Ottawa Jewish Home for the Aged located at 10 Nadolny Sachs Private in Ottawa, pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to their workers. These are violations under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Ottawa Jewish Home for the Aged was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Ottawa to pay fines totalling $10,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 12 months.

May 2018

May 29: Low Risk Auto Clearance Corp. fined $20,000

On May 29, 2018, Low Risk Auto Clearance Corp. located at 340 Rexdale Blvd. in Toronto pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Low Risk Auto Clearance Corp. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $20,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months.

April 2018

April 27: Andrew Clifford Miracle

On April 27, 2018, Andrew Clifford Miracle was convicted on one count of failing to comply with an Order made on December 22, 2015, thereby committing an offence under Section 75 of the Provincial Offences Act.

Andrew Clifford Miracle was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Belleville to pay a fine of $1,000. In addition to the fine imposed, the court issued a new Probation Order pursuant to Section 72 of the Provincial Offences Act. The probationary period was set for a further one year for Mr. Miracle to file statements of total wages earned by its workers as required under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

April 23: 1466160 Ontario Ltd. fined $13,000

On April 23, 2018, 1466160 Ontario Ltd. located at 2900 Langstaff Road in Vaughan, was convicted on two counts of failing to provide statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board; and one count of obstructing or hindering an examination, investigation or inquiry by an authorized person of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. These are violations under s.152(1) and s.153(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

1466160 Ontario Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay fines totalling $13,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 15 days.

April 23: Remacan Industries Inc. operating as Rematech Industries fined $10,000

On April 23, 2018, Remacan Industries Inc. operating as Rematech Industries located at 777 Martindale Road in Sudbury, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

April 11: Lorraine Doucet fined $3,750

On April 11, 2018, Lorraine Doucet pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with her claim for benefits.  This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Lorraine Doucet was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Welland to pay a fine of $3,750, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 12 months.

April 10: Gurmeet Singh fined $5,500

On April 10, 2018, Gurmeet Singh pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits.  This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Gurmeet Singh was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay a fine of $5,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

April 6: EFCC Accounting Systems Corp. fined $8,000

On April 6, 2018, EFCC Accounting Systems Corp. located at 2900 Langstaff Road in Vaughan, was convicted on two counts of failing to provide  statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  These are violations under s.152(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  

EFCC Accounting Systems Corp. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay fines totalling $8,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 15 days.

March 2018

March 13: Manjulaben Chaudhari fined $3000

On March 13, 2018, Manjulaben Chaudhari was convicted on six counts of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with her claim for benefits.  The defendant was also convicted on one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with her entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred.  These are violations under s.149(1) and s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. 

Manjulaben Chaudhari was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay fines totalling $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within two years.  A suspended sentence was imposed on one count.

March 7: Gillett Car Cleaning Limited fined $1,000, Gillett Auto Group Limited fined $1,000, Boomer Properties Ltd. fined $1,000 and Glen Daniel Gillett fined $500.

On March 7, 2018, Gillett Car Cleaning Limited located at 88 Bond Street West in Oshawa, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within 10 days after ceasing to be an employer.  This is a violation under s.151(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

Gillett Auto Group Limited and Boomer Properties Ltd. operating as Gillett Car Cleaning, located at 88 Bond Street West pleaded guilty to one count each of failing to register with the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board within 10 days of becoming an employer.  This is a violation under s.151(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  

Glen Daniel Gillett, being a director/officer of Boomer Properties Ltd. also pleaded guilty to one count of failing to register with the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board within 10 days of becoming an employer.    

On a joint sentencing submission, total fines of $3,500 were ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Whitby, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months; Gillett Car Cleaning Limited fined $1,000; Gillett Auto Group Limited fined $1,000; Boomer Properties Ltd. fined $1,000; and Glen Daniel Gillett fined $500.

February 2018

February 27: On-Time Human Resources Inc. fined $15,000

On February 27, 2018, On-Time Human Resources Inc. located at 1150 Eglinton Ave. East in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to two counts of providing inaccurate statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  These are violations under s.152(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  

On a joint sentencing submission, On-Time Human Resources Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay fines of $15,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 60 days.

February 23: 1434307 Ontario Inc. operating as Fiddlers Pour House fined $3,000

On February 23, 2018, 1434307 Ontario Inc. operating as Fiddlers Pour House located at 18 Secord Drive in St. Catharines, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, 1434307 Ontario Inc. operating as Fiddlers Pour House was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in St. Catharines to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

February 22: 6965628 Canada Inc. fined $3,500

On February 22, 2018, 6965628 Canada Inc. located at 48 Wilderness Way in Ottawa, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, 6965628 Canada Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Ottawa to pay a fine of $3,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one month.

February 8: Ryder Truck Rental Canada Ltd. fined $7,500

On February 8, 2018, Ryder Truck Rental Canada Ltd. branch located at 2724 Roxburgh Road in London, ON  pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Ryder Truck Rental Canada Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in London to pay a fine of $7,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days.

February 8: Detour Gold Corporation fined $10,000

On February 8, 2018, Detour Gold Corporation, branch located at 86 2nd St, PO Box 1325 in Cochrane, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Detour Gold Corporation was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Cochrane to pay a fine of $10,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 60 days.

January 2018

January 23: Millennium Disposal Services Inc. fined $7,500

On January 23, 2018, Millennium Disposal Services Inc. located at 2440 Beryl Road in Oakville, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with a worker's claim for benefits. This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Millennium Disposal Services Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Burlington to pay a fine of $7,500, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within six months.

January 12: 2338383 Ontario Ltd. operating as Mega City Electrical fined $4,000

On January 12, 2018, 2338383 Ontario Ltd. operating as Mega City Electrical located at 116 Castlemore Ave. in Markham, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to obtain a clearance certificate before permitting a contractor or subcontractor to perform construction work. This is a violation under s.151.2(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, 2338383 Ontario Ltd. operating as Mega City Electrical was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

January 12: Shah Trading Company Limited L'Entreprise Commerciale Shah Limitee fined $15,000

On January 12, 2018, Shah Trading Company Limited L'Entreprise Commerciale Shah Limitee located at 3451 McNicoll Avenue in Toronto, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to obtain a clearance certificate before permitting a contractor or subcontractor to perform construction work. This is a violation under s.151.2(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Shah Trading Company Limited L'Entreprise Commerciale Shah Limitee was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (York Civic Centre) to pay a fine of $15,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

January 4: Puslinch Truck Transfer Ltd fined $2,000

On January 4, 2018, Puslinch Truck Transfer Ltd. located at 4402 Wellington Road 35 in Puslinch, ON, pleaded guilty to one count of failing to submit a statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This is a violation under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Puslinch Truck Transfer Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Guelph to pay a fine of $2,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 90 days.

December 2017

December 5: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. fined $40,000

On December 5, 2017, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. located at 1005 Fountain Street North in Cambridge, ON, pleaded guilty to four counts of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to their workers.  This is a violation under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  

On a joint sentencing submission, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Kitchener/Waterloo to pay fines totalling $40,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 30 days.

November 2017

November 21: Over the Road Transportation Inc. fined $8,000

On November 21, 2017, Over the Road Transportation Inc. located at 191 Superior Blvd. in Mississauga, ON, pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to submit statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.   These are violations under s.152(1.1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On sentencing submissions, Over the Road Transportation Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Mississauga to pay fines totalling $8,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

November 14: Murugesu Visakan fined $10,000

On November 14, 2017, Murugesu Visakan pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly making a false or misleading statement or representation to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in connection with his claim for benefits.  This is a violation under s.149(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Murugesu Visakan was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton to pay a fine of $10,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within one year.

November 6: Douglas Boyce fined $3,000

On November 6, 2017, Douglas Boyce pleaded guilty to one count of wilfully failing to inform the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of a material change in circumstances in connection with his entitlement to benefits within 10 days after the change occurred.  This is a violation under s.149(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Douglas Boyce was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Stratford to pay a fine of $3,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 6 months.

November 2: Peel-Toronto Employment Services Inc. fined $20,000

On November 2, 2017, Samuel Kabu Asante, Director/Officer and Peel-Toronto Employment Services Inc. located at 1889 Albion Road in Toronto, both pleaded guilty to one count each of providing an inaccurate statement of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  This is a violation under s.152(2) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Peel-Toronto Employment Services Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto to pay a fine of $20,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 2 years.  Samuel Kabu Asante was given a suspended sentence.
Par suite d’une recommandation conjointe au sujet de la peine, la Cour de justice de l’Ontario à Toronto a imposé à Peel-Toronto Employment Services Inc. une amende de 20 000 $ et une suramende compensatoire de 25 % pour l’aide aux victimes à payer dans les 24 mois.  Samuel Kabu Asante a reçu une sentence avec sursis.

October 2017

October 27: Novita Pasticeria Trattoria Cafe Ltd. fined $4,000

On October 27, 2017, Novita Pasticeria Trattoria Cafe Ltd. located at 2900 Langstaff Road in Vaughan, pleaded guilty to one count of  failing to submit statements of total wages earned by its workers to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board; and one count of obstructing or hindering an examination, investigation or inquiry by an authorized person of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  These are violations under s. 152(1.1) and  s.153(1) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  The matter proceeded by way of an Agreed Statement of Facts.

On a joint sentencing submission, Novita Pasticeria Trattoria Cafe Ltd. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket to pay fines totalling $4,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 12 months.

October 4: Cardinal Industrial Solutions Inc. fined $6,000

On October 4, 2017, Cardinal Industrial Solutions Inc. located at 202 South Blair Street in Whitby, pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within three days after learning of an accident to a worker.  These are violations under s.152(3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.  

On a joint sentencing submission, Cardinal Industrial Solutions Inc. was ordered by the Ontario Court of Justice in Whitby to pay fines totalling $6,000, plus a 25% Victim Fine Surcharge, payable within 18 months.