OHS Canada Magazine

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June 19, 2019  

After harsh Twitter exchanges, Senate will look at new social media policy

OTTAWA – An independent senator is on a mission

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June 18, 2019  

PODCAST: OHS Canada’s 20/20: Harassment at Work – Do we walk-the-walk

This episode of 20/20 focusses on why most businesses

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June 18, 2019  

Government wins last ditch reprieve for law allowing inmate segregation

TORONTO – Prisoner isolation, declared unconstitutional 18 months ago,

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June 18, 2019  

Low levels of THC in marijuana don’t increase crashes: study

VANCOUVER – Smoking marijuana containing low levels of the

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June 18, 2019  

House of Commons unanimously adopts new parental leave policy for MPs

OTTAWA – For the first time ever, members of

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June 17, 2019  

How one province got 80 per cent of fathers to take paternity leave

Quebec’s provincial insurance plan that provides fathers with paternity

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June 17, 2019  

Quebec Premier apologizes to agronomist who blew whistle on pesticide study

Quebec Premier Francois Legault today apologized to a whistleblower

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June 17, 2019  

Federal government making electronic logs mandatory for truck, bus drivers

ETOBICOKE, Ont. – Transport Canada says it will require

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June 14, 2019  

Sentence expires for man convicted in Mayerthorpe Mountie killings

EDMONTON – A man convicted for his role in

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June 14, 2019  

RN fired for using fentanyl in hospital gets second crack at reinstatement

TORONTO – A registered nurse fired for stealing opiates

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June 14, 2019  

New rules governing unpaid interns in federally regulated sectors released

OTTAWA – Unpaid interns in federally regulated industries are

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June 13, 2019  

FSIN wants independent oversight of probes when people die dealing with police

SASKATOON – Indigenous groups want Saskatchewan to establish an

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June 12, 2019  

Coroner’s inquest to be held into 2016 workplace death of N.B. teen

EDMUNDSTON, N.B. – New Brunswick’s chief coroner has announced

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June 12, 2019  

Manitoba judge calls for review of health care at remand centre following death

WINNIPEG  – A Manitoba judge is calling for an

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June 11, 2019  

Nova Scotia Health Authority investigating possible privacy breach

HALIFAX – The personal health information of nearly 3,000

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June 11, 2019  

Investigation result: Alberta Mountie accused of assaulting man under arrest

SLAVE LAKE, Alta. – An RCMP officer is accused

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June 10, 2019  

Opposition says Manitoba air ambulance program suffering from privatization

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government says its Lifeflight airplane-ambulance

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June 10, 2019  

Sexual assault charge against former Winnipeg city councillor stayed

WINNIPEG – A sexual assault charge against a former

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June 10, 2019  

Officer acquitted of perjury in Dziekanski case settles lawsuit against RCMP

VANCOUVER – An officer acquitted of a perjury charge

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June 10, 2019  

Alberta legislators in marathon debate over workplace rules

EDMONTON – Alberta politicians talked around the clock into