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Scientists speak out against recent radiofrequency wave, WiFi report

TORONTO (The Canadian Press) -- A recent report giving a conditional stamp of approval to Canada's guidelines for radiofrequency waves failed to give enough weight to research suggesting a link between wireless devices and cancer, two...
Apr 16, 2014 9:35AM


No charges laid in second deadly B.C. mill blast: Criminal Justice Branch

VICTORIA, B.C. (The Canadian Press) -- The B.C. Criminal Justice Branch says there will be no charges in the Lakeland Mills explosion that claimed two lives and injured 22 others in Prince George, B.C.
Apr 15, 2014 11:04AM


Decision of charges due today in Lakeland sawmill blast that killed two workers

VICTORIA, B.C. (The Canadian Press) -- Criminal Justice Branch officials are meeting today with the families of the victims of a Prince George, B.C., sawmill explosion that killed two workers and injured two dozen others.
Apr 14, 2014 2:51PM


Labour ministry continues probe into smelter death

(Canadian OH&S News) -- Ontario’s Ministry of Labour (MOL) continues to investigate a workplace fatality at a smelter in the Copper Cliff neighbourhood of Sudbury.
Apr 14, 2014 2:00PM


Canadian reporter injured in Afghanistan shooting

(Canadian OH&S News) -- A Canadian Associated Press (AP) reporter is being treated for bullet wounds at a hospital in Germany following a shooting attack in eastern Afghanistan on the eve of elections.
Apr 14, 2014 1:41PM


First Air pilots fired after flying plane off course during Arctic trip

(The Canadian Press) -- A northern air carrier has fired two pilots after they flew a plane so far off course on a routine Arctic flight that it took about 20 minutes to get back.
Apr 11, 2014 9:12AM


Advocates say bureaucrats sabotaging improvements to veterans care and benefits

OTTAWA, Ont. (The Canadian Press) -- Veterans of bureaucratic battles over the treatment of ex-soldiers unleashed a scathing critique Tuesday of the Harper government's record.
Apr 10, 2014 9:20AM


Transport Canada not negligent in grounding airline following fatal crash: judge

VANCOUVER, B.C. (The Canadian Press) -- The owner of a British Columbia airline that went bankrupt following a crash that killed three people has lost his lawsuit against Transport Canada.
Apr 9, 2014 10:00AM


Canadian eavesdropping agency fretted about staff safety following U.S. leaks

OTTAWA, Ont. (The Canadian Press) -- Canada's secret eavesdropping agency feared for the personal safety of staff following the leak of sensitive intelligence by a former U.S. spy contractor, newly declassified memos show.
Apr 8, 2014 9:29AM


Yukon judge fines tire, fuel companies and supervisor over worker's death

WHITEHORSE, Yukon (The Canadian Press) -- A Yukon territorial court judge has issued hefty fines against tire and fuel companies and a workplace supervisor after a man was crushed beneath a semi-trailer.
Apr 7, 2014 10:37AM


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