OHS Canada Magazine

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March 20, 2018  

University teachers group launches inquiry into case of outspoken Acadia prof

OTTAWA – The Canadian Association of University Teachers is

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March 20, 2018  

Not enough being done to reduce runaway rail cars: TSB

SASKATOON – A report into a runaway railway car

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March 20, 2018  

Fire chief retires amid complaints of department wide harassment

LONDON, Ont. – A fire chief in southwestern Ontario

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March 19, 2018  

Symposium on Marijuana in the Workplace a Success

OHS Canada’s inaugural symposium, Marijuana in the Workplace, kicked

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March 18, 2018  

TSB probing death on cargo ship in eastern Quebec

PORT-DANIEL-GASCONS, Que. – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada

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March 18, 2018  

Inspections, training needed to prevent ammonia leaks at ice rinks: experts

VANCOUVER – Some industry experts are asking questions about

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March 17, 2018  

Quebec police chief defends arrest of reporter for alleged harassment

MONTREAL – A Quebec police chief has defended the

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March 17, 2018  

Canadian hockey coach Shannon Miller wins discrimination lawsuit, wants to work

Shannon Miller may have won a multi-million dollar lawsuit,

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March 17, 2018  

Drug testing proposal splits group helping Liberals on workplace pot policies

OTTAWA – A key body tasked with helping the

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March 16, 2018  

More than 200 people dismissed amid Toronto transit benefits fraud investigation

TORONTO – The Toronto Transit Commission says it has

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March 15, 2018  

Supreme Court declines to hear Arland Bruce III’s concussion case against CFL

Arland Bruce III won’t be having his day in

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March 15, 2018  

Nexen Energy pleads not guilty in oilsands explosion that killed two workers

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. – Nexen Energy has pleaded not

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March 14, 2018  

Edmonton theatre changing workplace culture after harassment claims

EDMONTON – The artistic director of an Edmonton theatre

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March 13, 2018  

Female guards at Edmonton prison launch lawsuit alleging bullying, sex assaults

EDMONTON – Four female guards at Edmonton Institution have

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March 13, 2018  

Halifax based sailor found guilty of sexual assault, sentenced to 22 months

HALIFAX – A Halifax-based sailor has been handed a

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March 10, 2018  

First permanent female RCMP leader vows to leave no stone unturned

REGINA – The first woman to ever be permanently

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March 10, 2018  

Man dead in farming accident in southwestern Ontario: police

SARNIA, Ont. – Provincial police say a 78-year-old man

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March 9, 2018  

Ontario passes concussion safety law designed to protect players, educate coaches

TORONTO – Ontario has passed concussion safety legislation designed

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March 9, 2018  

B.C. politicians support move to allow children in legislature during sittings

VICTORIA – One of the longest serving members in

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March 8, 2018  

Bell clerical workers ratify agreement that includes paid domestic violence leave

TORONTO – Nearly 5,000 Unifor members at Bell Canada’s