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    New Business

    Hey guys, I'm in the final steps to registering for my TSSA contractor license. I spoke to someone from Cimco today and they told me that part of the registration is to have a TSSA brazing inspection done which costs 3000 dollars. Does anyone know if this is true? Has anyone recently gone through the TSSA examination?

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    I have just recently registered with the TSSA for my contractors license and received it with no mention of any such test. The only thing close to that was they would come for an audit of I believe three jobs after a year at my expense.


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    Not to be a dunce, but what is TSSA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by technocratic View Post
    Not to be a dunce, but what is TSSA?

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    https://www.tssa.org/en/about-tssa/about-tssa.aspx

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    Oh, a Canadian thing then.
    A people who would exchange liberty for apparent safety, will deserve neither and lose both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamoke View Post
    Oh, a Canadian thing, EH?.
    Fixed it for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    Fixed it for you.
    LOL
    A people who would exchange liberty for apparent safety, will deserve neither and lose both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamoke View Post
    Oh, a Canadian thing then.
    Kinda. It's just for Ontario not all of Canada.

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