OHS Canada Magazine

News
July 20, 2018  

Councillor wants mandatory leave for civic politicians facing criminal charges

WINNIPEG – A Winnipeg city councillor is calling for

News
July 19, 2018  

Bullying, harassment, gender bias tolerated at MUN medical school: report

JOHN’S, N.L. – A new report has found that

News
July 19, 2018  

Two doughnut shop employees assaulted; suspect arrested and charged

BRAMPTON, Ont. – Peel Region police have arrested and

News
July 19, 2018  

No danger after freight train derailment near Quebec Ontario border

Quebec’s public security minister offered assurances Tuesday that nothing

News
July 17, 2018  

Former Mountie who fired Taser at Robert Dziekanski drops appeal of sentence

VANCOUVER – The former RCMP constable who fired a

News
July 17, 2018  

Some first responders from Humboldt Broncos bus crash get mental health break

WASKESIU, Sask. – Paramedic Deanndra King was on a

News
July 17, 2018  

Freight train derails near Quebec Ontario border

SAINT-POLYCARPE, Que. – A Canadian Pacific freight train derailed

News
July 16, 2018  

Ontario court does not have jurisdiction to hear proposed class action against Waterloo police

TORONTO – A judge has ruled that the Ontario Superior

News
July 16, 2018  

P.E.I. seeking feedback on bill affecting leave for victims of domestic violence

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Prince Edward Island government is looking

News
July 16, 2018  

Heavy fine for Saskatchewan company after heavy door lands on worker’s legs

ESTERHAZY, Sask. – A Saskatchewan auto dealership has been

News
July 13, 2018  

Nova Scotia sending firefighters to Ontario and Quebec

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia Forestry Department is dispatching crews

News
July 13, 2018  

Dump truck pulled from Halifax Harbour at site of fatal workplace incident

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s Department of Labour has confirmed that

News
July 13, 2018  

Nova Scotia judge to preside over fatality inquiry involving Afghan veteran

HALIFAX – A provincial court judge in Nova Scotia

News
July 13, 2018  

Saskatoon company fined for breach of employment law in death of young worker

SASKATOON – A Saskatoon-based construction company has been fined

News
July 12, 2018  

Winnipeg city councillor charged with serious sexual assault: police

WINNIPEG – A Winnipeg city councillor has been charged

News
July 12, 2018  

Transport Canada to make seatbelts mandatory on new highway buses by 2020

OTTAWA – Transport Canada says it will soon require

News
July 11, 2018  

Calgary Stampede chuckwagon driver injured in tumble at start of race

CALGARY – A chuckwagon driver is in hospital after

News
July 11, 2018  

Parents of Humboldt Broncos player killed in crash sue truck driver, bus maker

REGINA – The family of one of the Humboldt

News
July 11, 2018  

Former B.C. Mountie who killed herself was agent for change within ‘toxic’ force

VANCOUVER – Former RCMP officers who suffered sexual harassment

News
July 10, 2018  

Just for Laughs drafts new anti harassment policy; acknowledges Rozon scandal

TORONTO – As Montreal’s Just for Laughs festival prepares