OHS Canada Magazine

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June 28, 2019  

Statement by Wolfram Diener, Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, on A+A 2019

From 5 to 8 November 2019, Occupational Safety and

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June 28, 2019  

Mandarin’s Canada Day free buffet for citizens called discriminatory by some

TORONTO – A Chinese-Canadian buffet chain in Ontario celebrating

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June 28, 2019  

Saskatchewan advocate for children and youth resigns after harassment complaints

REGINA – Saskatchewan’s advocate for children and youth has

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June 27, 2019  

Manitoba premier to raise Quebec religious symbol law with western premiers

EDMONTON – Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he will

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June 27, 2019  

Court ruling reveals grim details of Lionel Desmond suicide and murders

HALIFAX – A court fight over life insurance has

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June 26, 2019  

Ottawa sets up secretariat to root out racism in federal institutions, programs

OTTAWA – The federal government is setting up a

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June 26, 2019  

Mountie charged with manslaughter made tactically disastrous decision: trial

THOMPSON, Man. – An RCMP officer in northern Manitoba

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June 25, 2019  

David Saint Jacques doing well after space flight: Canadian Space Agency

MONTREAL – The Canadian Space Agency says astronaut David

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June 25, 2019  

Health centre in Shediac temporarily closed after car crashes into building

SHEDIAC, N.B. – A medical centre in eastern New

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June 25, 2019  

N.S. Tory booted over accessibility of office, ‘pattern of behaviour’

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative leader has expelled

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June 24, 2019  

124 children affected by January gas leak that forced evacuation of Montreal school

Montreal public health officials say 124 children suffered symptoms

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June 24, 2019  

Deals on paid time off for domestic violence ‘beginning of a wave,’ says expert

OTTAWA – Several new deals reached between the federal

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June 21, 2019  

Commercial fishers in B.C. now required to wear life jackets on deck: WorkSafeBC

RICHMOND, B.C. – The organization that oversees worker safety

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June 21, 2019  

‘Minimum of nine bullets:’ Trial hears Manitoba Mountie shot man numerous times

THOMPSON, Man. – A forensic pathologist has testified that

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June 21, 2019  

Nova Scotia judge declines to set hourly rates, prep time for Desmond inquiry

HALIFAX – The head of an inquiry into the

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June 20, 2019  

Canadian soldier killed in Bulgaria: chief of defence staff

OTTAWA – A Canadian soldier has been killed in

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June 20, 2019  

Nova Scotia Health Authority ordered to conduct safety review at hospital: union

HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia Health Authority has been

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June 20, 2019  

Two arrested after threats made ‘concerning’ Sheet Harbour, N.S., school:police

SHEET HARBOUR, N.S. – Police say they made two

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June 19, 2019  

Manitoba Mountie accused of shooting at jeep without cause after traffic chase

WINNIPEG – An RCMP officer has pleaded not guilty

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June 19, 2019  

Quebec adopts secularism bill that bans religious symbols for state workers

Quebec’s contentious secularism bill banning religious symbols for teachers,