OHS Canada Magazine

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April 30, 2019  

Amid fishing deaths, there are signs of improving safety culture:association

HALIFAX – The head of the Fisheries Safety Association

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April 30, 2019  

Ontario to review OPP workplace culture after recent suicides

TORONTO – Ontario is spending up to $500,000 to

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April 30, 2019  

Impaired on the job or behind the wheel? It’s not just a cannabis problem

The legalization of cannabis in Canada has sparked discussion

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April 29, 2019  

‘What if, what if, what if:’ inquiry hears details about Alberta Mountie’s death

ST. ALBERT, Alta. – The widow of an Alberta

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April 29, 2019  

Company behind possible second roadside THC tester eager to sell to Canada

OTTAWA – The company behind the second machine that

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April 29, 2019  

Consider climate impact on infrastructure suffering repeated flooding: experts

With key infrastructure in the Maritimes and Quebec again

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April 26, 2019  

Saskatchewan wildfire triggers state of emergency, evacuation of hospital

BIGGAR, Sask. – Saskatchewan’s fire commissioner is urging people

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April 26, 2019  

Debris a hindrance in fight to snuff out Calgary industrial blaze

CALGARY – Thick, black smoke greeted firefighters as they

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April 26, 2019  

Man in custody after paramedics allegedly kicked, punched, in Kamloops, B.C.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – An investigation is underway after three

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April 25, 2019  

Forcing reporter to give RCMP info on ‘dead’ terror suspect ‘unreasonable’: Vice

TORONTO – Forcing a reporter to give information on

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April 25, 2019  

Early data suggests no post legalization spike in drug impaired driving charges

VANCOUVER – Canadian police say they haven’t been busting

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April 24, 2019  

Inquiry begins into shooting death of Edmonton area RCMP officer

ST. ALBERT, Alta. – A fatality inquiry into the

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April 24, 2019  

Out of control Saskatchewan wildfire triggers state of emergency, evacuation

BIGGAR, Sask. – Wildfire smoke and concerns about air

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April 23, 2019  

More than 6,700 veterans from Afghan war receiving federal assistance for PTSD

OTTAWA – Canada’s war in Afghanistan ended five years

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April 23, 2019  

Energy firm fined for explosion that killed two oilsands workers

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. – The company formerly known as

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April 23, 2019  

Saskatoon officer pleads guilty to sex assault, gets conditional discharge

SASKATOON – A Saskatoon police officer who is also

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April 22, 2019  

Patients at Richmond Hill, Ont., wellness centre could have been exposed to measles

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. – Health officials say people who

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April 22, 2019  

Panel to review approval of Boeing 737 Max flight controls

CHICAGO – A global team of experts next week

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April 22, 2019  

WestJet appeals to high court in legal action over anti harassment promise

CALGARY – WestJet Airlines Ltd. is going to the

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April 18, 2019  

B.C. trucker pleads guilty to lesser charges in fatal Manitoba crash

WINNIPEG – A semi-trailer truck driver from British Columbia