This list contains the names of companies that were determined to be suspended as per the Purchasing Bylaw or the Fair Wage Bylaw. Suspended companies are ineligible to be awarded a contract by the City of Toronto.

As the prime contractor, the information in this list can help you ensure that you:

  • enter into contracts only with eligible subcontractors
  • hold eligible subcontractors to the same terms and conditions as those that appear in your own contracts

For any previously suspended suppliers, please email

Supplier Name Status Start Date of Suspension End Date of Suspension Type of Suspension Authority

Suspended or Disqualified Suppliers

Aplus General Contractors Corporation Temporarily Suspended July 19, 2022 July 19, 2025 Supplier Code of Conduct EI31.8
Duron Ontario Ltd. Temporarily Suspended June 10, 2024 December 10, 2024 Supplier Code of Conduct Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 195, Purchasing, Article 13, Supplier Code of Conduct, Section 13.13-B
Entities Owned, Directed or Controlled by Rauf Ahmad, also known as Rauf Arain, including Advance Fire Control, AF Controls Canada, Maf-Bar Conseil Ltee o/a York Fire Protection Ltd., Advanced Detection Technologies Corp., and Ontario Fire Control Temporarily Suspended September 20, 2019 September 19, 2024 Delegated Authority* AU13.11
Entities Owned, Directed or Controlled by Sebastian Corbo (including IPAC Paving Inc. and Road Mill Construction Inc.) Permanent Suspension November 27, 28, and 29, 2012 N/A N/A GM18.4
Firetronics Inc Temporarily Suspended October 22, 2019 October 21, 2024 Delegated Authority* AU13.11
Pave-1 Construction Limited (an affiliate of previously suspended IPAC Paving Limited) Permanent Suspension August 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2014 N/A N/A EX44.30
Rohen Fire Protection Ltd. Temporary Suspension October 31, 2020 October 30, 2025 Delegated Authority* AU13.11


*City Council delegated authority under AU13.11, that allows the Chief Procurement Officer, in consultation with the City Solicitor and the General Manager, Corporate Real Estate Management, to suspend fire and life safety vendors for up to 5 years from being awarded future procurements. Based on AU13.11, and an assessment by the General Manager, Corporate Real Estate Management, the Chief Procurement Officer has suspended the suppliers noted.