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November 16, 2017  

It’s time for companies to help employees experiencing domestic violence

Intimate partner violence causes an array of harm to

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November 16, 2017  

Move quickly to build air ambulance heliport at Fort McMurray hospital: report

FORT MCMURRAY – A judge says air ambulance service

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November 15, 2017  

Report recommends ending program that puts police officers in some Toronto schools

TORONTO – A report by staff at Canada’s largest

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November 15, 2017  

Alberta introducing rules to align with federal cannabis legalization plan

EDMONTON – Alberta is putting the legislative pieces in

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November 14, 2017  

Montrealers to get blasted by toxic alert sirens this afternoon

MONTREAL – Montrealers will get blasted this afternoon when

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November 14, 2017  

‘Legs together’ former judge Robin Camp to ask for return to law practice

CALGARY – A former judge who resigned over his

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November 13, 2017  

Protesters vow to continue B.C. fish farm protest amid court action

PORT HARDY, B.C. – First Nations protesters at a

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November 10, 2017  

Ottawa hospital nurses, personal support workers at great risk of violence: new poll

  OTTAWA – Hospital direct care providers, such as

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November 10, 2017  

WestJet wants B.C. court to toss proposed class action that alleges harassment

VANCOUVER – WestJet says a proposed class-action lawsuit that

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November 9, 2017  

‘Misfits all getting together:’ Veterans with PTSD bond over military vehicles

CALGARY – A loud whir is followed by a

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November 8, 2017  

Explosions heard in Kindersley, Sask., after fire breaks out in warehouse

KINDERSLEY, Sask. – Black smoke, intense flames and a

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November 8, 2017  

B.C. outreach group partners with app developer to improve safety of sex workers

VANCOUVER – An outreach group supporting vulnerable women in

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November 7, 2017  

Edmonton inquiry looks into death of 18 year old railway yard worker

EDMONTON – A fatality inquiry into the death of

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November 6, 2017  

Health Canada expands fire extinguisher recall involving 2.7 million devices

OTTAWA – The Canadian government is expanding a recall

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November 6, 2017  

Consider workplace safety in legalized marijuana rules, groups urge

VANCOUVER – New rules for legalized marijuana need to consider

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November 3, 2017  

TSB says pilots should be tested for alcohol and drug use to prevent crashes

VANCOUVER – The airline industry and Transport Canada should

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November 3, 2017  

Family identifies trucker killed in fiery multi vehicle crash as father of nine

A veteran truck driver and father of nine who

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November 1, 2017  

Criminal investigation into alleged staff misconduct at Edmonton prison

EDMONTON – Two investigations are underway into allegations of