Human Resources Support

Relieve the stress of managing the people issues in your company by signing up for the AGMCA’s newest member service, TwoGreySuits (TGS). We’re now offering the TGS System to our members at no cost.

The TGS System includes: a comprehensive on-line training course on employee engagement; an ever expanding training library of e-learning webinars on critical HR topics; the HR Power Centre for dealing with the day-to-day people management issues that inevitably arise; and a 24/7 HR Hot Line – 1.888.661.9234 

To access the full website, please contact the AGMCA office for your login information.

Ontario Glazing Apprenticeship and Contractor Resources

To Explore the Trades, Become a Tradesperson, or to find Resources, please visit
The website includes information on available grants and financial support, as well as guides to help you get started as a Glazier.

FTI Ontario

The Finishing Trades Insitute (FTI) of Ontario has three locations in the province that handle all training for Ontario Glazing Apprentices. Please take a look at their website for more information and resources. Their website includes a training schedule calendar for quick and easy reference to let you know when programs are being offered.


In the Trades

In The Trades is a federally funded program administered by Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) that provides up to $20,000 per fiscal year and training support for unionized Canadian contractors who hire, onboard, and train new first-year skilled trades apprentices. Learn more.


Hammer Heads Program


The Hammer Heads Program was created by the Central Ontario Building Trades (COBT) in 2009 to support at-risk youth. It’s a skill and employment-based training program within the construction industry offering apprenticeship career opportunities to the youth of under-resourced neighbourhoods in our communities. Learn more.


Helmets to Hardhats

H2H Canada is a non-profit organization that helps Canadian military veterans and serving reservists build rewarding careers in the unionized construction and maintenance industries. Learn more.

Industry Liaison

In relation to and in addition to the aforementioned, AGMCA has formed a number of beneficial relationships with other Associations that represent Trade, Local, Provincial and National bodies. Some of these include:

Government Liaison

AGMCA participates directly and in concert with other Industry Stakeholders in making representation on common concerns.

AGMCA is well recognized by a number of Provincial and Federal Ministries and Departments as a source of knowledge and expertise. Legislators and Government Policy Advisors recognize the importance and value of soliciting comment and input from responsible Industry Stakeholders, who may be directly or indirectly affected by legislation or changes in government policy. Some of these include: