July 25, 2014Daily News
Quebec police try to prevent U.S. auction of Lac Megantic locomotive
MONTREAL (The Canadian Press) -- Quebec provincial police say they've taken steps to prevent the auction of the locomotive that played a key role in the deadly Lac-Megantic rail disaster.
Jul 25, 2014 10:10AM
Alberta issues health advisory for town residents after spill of fracking sand
BASHAW, Alta. (The Canadian Press) -- Health officials have issued an advisory for residents of a central Alberta town more than a month after a spill of sand used in fracking.
Jul 24, 2014 10:18AM
Human error caused five hour SkyTrain shutdown in Metro Vancouver
VANCOUVER (The Canadian Press) -- The union representing SkyTrain workers is questioning the blame being cast on one of its suspended members following a five-hour service disruption for two rapid-transit lines in Metro Vancouver.
Jul 23, 2014 10:27AM
Survivor of plane crash, family of dead passenger still seeking damages from airline
WINNIPEG (The Canadian Press) -- Two lawsuits against a pilot responsible for a plane crash in northern Ontario that killed him and three others have been dropped after the airline admitted responsibility.
Jul 22, 2014 4:11PM
Alberta labour group wants changes to laws after 15 year old boy dies on the job
EDMONTON (The Canadian Press) -- The Alberta Federation of Labour hopes the death of a teen at a work site will prompt change in youth labour laws.
Jul 21, 2014 9:06PM
Committee tackles morale, workload issues at facility
(Canadian OH&S News) -- An independent committee examining healthcare at an agency in southwestern Ontario has issued 32 recommendations aimed at improving staff morale and addressing workload and scheduling issues.
Jul 21, 2014 9:35AM
Manager claims he was fired for protecting workers
(Canadian OH&S News) -- A construction safety specialist has claimed that he was dismissed from a project in Muskrat Falls, Labrador after he shut down production temporarily during a lightning threat.
Jul 21, 2014 9:15AM
Receiver alleges in lawsuit that CFL didn't protect him from concussion effects
VANCOUVER (The Canadian Press) -- Veteran CFL receiver Arland Bruce has launched a suit alleging the league failed to protect him from the adverse effects of a concussion.
Jul 18, 2014 9:46AM