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thumb Tough conditions for cleanup 50 years later of former Saskatchewan uranium mill
(The Canadian Press) -- More than 50 years after a Saskatchewan uranium mill that is a key part of Canada's nuclear history closed, heavy machinery is once again rumbling across the remote northern corner of the province.
Sep 2, 2014 9:59AM

thumb Armoured truck robbery spurs calls for changes
(Canadian OH&S News) -- Two masked men escaped with an unconfirmed amount of money in Brossard, a southern suburb of Montreal, after robbing an armoured truck during the evening of Aug. 21.
Sep 2, 2014 9:39AM

thumb Rendering plant worker injured in steam blast
(Canadian OH&S News) A long-time employee of a beef processing company in southeastern Alberta remained in hospital in critical but stable condition, two days after he was injured in a workplace accident.
Sep 2, 2014 9:33AM

thumb Dozens of passengers injured after tour bus rolls over on B.C. highway
MERRITT, B.C. (The Canadian Press) -- Dozens of tourists were injured, at least five of them critically, when a bus carrying them through a picturesque British Columbia mountain pass rolled over Thursday.
Aug 29, 2014 9:32AM

thumb Ontario Ministry of Labour lays 22 charges in Kingston construction fire
KINGSTON, Ont. (The Canadian Press) -- Ontario's Ministry of Labour has laid 22 charges in relation to a Kingston fire that left a construction worker in hospital with burns after a dramatic rescue by the military.
Aug 28, 2014 9:31AM

thumb Canada pulling 3 member lab team back from Sierra Leone over Ebola fears
TORONTO (The Canadian Press) -- Canada is in the process of evacuating its three-member mobile laboratory team from Sierra Leone over concerns for the safety of the scientists as the World Health Organization investigates how an...
Aug 27, 2014 1:24PM

thumb Newfoundland and Labrador fishing company fined $90K after employee death
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. (The Canadian Press) -- A Newfoundland and Labrador fishing company has been fined $90,000 for breaches of safety standards that contributed to an employee's death two years ago.
Aug 26, 2014 9:36AM

thumb Montreal photographer denies inadvertently aiding militants in Syrian abduction
TORONTO (The Canadian Press) -- A Montreal photographer is speaking out after a U.S. news website accused him of inadvertently playing a role in the capture of American journalist Steven Sotloff in Syria last year.
Aug 25, 2014 9:58AM

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