Save even more: If you’ve advertised Ontario Certificate of Substantial Performance (CSP) ads in another publication within the past 12 months, send us a copy of your previous advertising invoice with your order and we’ll charge you 50 per cent less.**
** Price is based on a similar size ad to the one published previously. If you haven’t advertised in the other publication, the $249 offer applies.
You can place the certificate and notification advertisements as required by the Ontario Construction Act quickly and economically by following these simple instructions.
Our rates are significantly lower — in most cases, you will pay no more than $249 plus HST per ad. (Certain larger ads will be slightly more, and we will advise you of the cost before confirming your order.)
- Download the appropriate standard government form, and complete it accurately.
- Email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fax the form to 613-702-5357.
- Once we receive the form, we’ll verify and confirm we’ve received it, and send you an initial invoice.
- We’ll publish your ad/notice in three business days and post it on our searchable notice page. We’ll then send you a copy of the ad with the certificate to confirm the publication date for your records, along with the final invoice.
- Please check the ad to make sure it is right. While we take care and review the ads before publication, you will want to ensure that everything is correct right away after the advertisement is published.
- If you have any questions, you can email email@example.com or phone us at (888) 627-8717 ext 114. If that line is busy or you cannot wait for a voice mail response, try extensions 214 or 224.
Here’s the fine print from our lawyers:
Effective May 1, 2019, 2650547 Ontario Ltd. will publish Ontario Construction News on a daily basis, with the intention that it will serve as a place for construction industry professionals to publish legal notices and certificates. In choosing to advertise here, you acknowledge that it is your sole responsibility to ensure that your project qualifies under the terms and provisions of the new Ontario Construction Act, which went into effect July 1, 2018, and that the project you are advertising is not subject to transitional provisions that would require compliance with the previous Ontario Construction Lien Act. Should you become aware of any errors in your advertisement after it is published, please advise us of the errors and we will use best efforts to provide a corrected insertion in Ontario Construction News at no further cost. For further information, please review our terms of service at www.ontarioconstructionnews.
Generally the new Ontario Construction Act applies for projects which started or were in the prebid/qualification stage (whichever is earlier) after July 1, 2018. There are other conditions, including special provisions for leaseholds, and you should consult with a qualified lawyer to understand and implement the rules.