We don't just provide construction services, we are building a community.

Workers, Sub-contractors, suppliers and all TJCM affiliates shall conduct business in compliance with all applicable federal, provincial and local laws and regulations while conducting business on behalf of TJ Construction Management Ltd. including the listed below:

  • Comply with the Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA), which applies to persons and companies and makes it a criminal offence for persons or companies to bribe foreign public officials to obtain or retain a business advantage.
  • Comply with the Canadian Competition Act, which is a federal law governing most business conduct in Canada. It contains both criminal and civil provisions aimed at preventing anti‑competitive practices in the marketplace.
  • Comply with the Canadian Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, vow to not willfully or knowingly participate in a money-laundering scheme or avoid tax liability.
  • Comply with all applicable federal, provincial and local laws regarding hazardous materials, emissions, waste and waste water management, and the transportation, storage and disposal of such materials.
  • Comply with the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
  • Act and respond truthfully in any correspondence with government officials and agencies
  • Comply with the Criminal Code of Canada (Criminal Code) which includes laws against human trafficking cases including kidnapping, forcible confinement, uttering threats, extortion, assault, sexual assault, prostitution-related offences, and criminal organization offences.
  • Obtain and maintain all applicable permits and licenses required to conduct specified work tasks for which they have been employed
  • Prohibit any facilitating payments, unless they are pre-approved in writing by a legal representative, allowed under all applicable anti-corruption laws and properly and accurately accounted for in the Company’s records
  • Refuse gifts and services offered as a means of bribery including money or expensive gifts in exchange for services outside of the agreed contract. Note: Acceptance of nominal gifts, such as marketing merchandise and other gifts of minimal value given in no way related to bribery or as a condition of a project may be permitted.