OHS Canada Magazine

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March 19, 2019  

Quebec convenes experts to support sexual and domestic violence victims

MONTREAL – The Quebec government has convened a panel

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March 18, 2019  

More ferry woes in Quebec after replacement vessel hits a dock for second time

MONTREAL – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is

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March 18, 2019  

Migrant farm worker review prompts renewed calls for reforms, protections

OTTAWA – In midsummer 2018, while many Canadians were

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March 18, 2019  

Operations largely back to normal at Toronto’s Pearson airport after fire

TORONTO – Operations at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport had

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March 18, 2019  

Saskatchewan workplace fatalities, injuries, up in 2018:WCB report

REGINA – Figures from the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board

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March 18, 2019  

Ontario public service employees sue province, unions over alleged racism

TORONTO – Two Ontario public service employees have launched

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March 16, 2019  

The North American respiratory-protection market to 2022: Rising importance of occupational health gains to drive volume demand

DUBLIN (BUSINESS WIRE, November 06, 2018) — The “North

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March 15, 2019  

Recreational vehicle dealership focus of latest Alberta workplace fatality

SPRUCE GROVE, Alta. – For the fourth time in

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March 15, 2019  

Government unveils new plan to battle harassment, abuse, discrimination in sport

TORONTO – A safe space for Canadian athletes and

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March 15, 2019  

Toronto area lumber company fined $75k after worker injured unloading beams

VAUGHAN, Ont. – A Toronto-area lumber company has been

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March 14, 2019  

Garneau to update Canada’s position on Boeing 737 Max 8 as pressure mounts

OTTAWA – Transport Minister Marc Garneau is set to

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March 14, 2019  

UCP leader would replace Alberta farm employment rules, injury compensation

RIMBEY, Alta. – Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney says

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March 14, 2019  

N.S. man settles racial discrimination complaint after alleged nail gun shooting

HALIFAX – A young black man who was allegedly

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March 13, 2019  

Man killed by heavy machinery third workplace death in Alberta this month

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. – Alberta Occupational Health and Safety

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March 13, 2019  

Security review, new powers for officers at Manitoba hospitals

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is reviewing security at

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March 13, 2019  

Damage said to be extensive after fire ravages Saskatchewan hotel

RCMP say the blaze happened Monday in the small

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March 12, 2019  

Promising BMX cyclist from B.C. dies in workplace accident off Vancouver Island

NANAIMO, B.C. – A promising, young BMX racer who

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March 12, 2019  

10 years after Cougar chopper crash, families stress issue of workplace safety

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Every March, Lori Chynn makes

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March 12, 2019  

Calgary police officer suing city, police service alleges sexual harassment

CALGARY – A Calgary police officer is suing the

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March 11, 2019  

Bradley Earns Well Workplace Award by Wellness Council of America

Menomonee Falls, Wis. (March 11, 2019) – The Wellness