OHS Canada Magazine

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March 23, 2021  

Widow of tow truck driver killed on Saskatchewan roadside hopes for changes

Death led to allowance of blue and amber lights, fines for speeders

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March 23, 2021  

Cases of COVID-19 variants on the rise in Canada, fuelling concerns over third wave

By Morgan Lowrie The number of cases of variants

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March 23, 2021  

East Coast rotational workers say federal self-isolation rules lack clarity

Workers who travel outside country must isolate for 14 days under Quarantine Act

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March 23, 2021  

Saskatchewan shipping 100,000 COVID-19 rapid tests to schools

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is shipping 100,000 rapid

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March 22, 2021  

Vaccine rollout set to shift into high gear with major surge in expected deliveries

By Maan Alhmidi OTTAWA — Canada’s COVID-19 vaccination drive

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March 19, 2021  

Data looks good to further ease COVID-19 restrictions: Alberta premier

Key metric remains hospitalization rate: Kenney

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March 19, 2021  

Saskatchewan introduces three-hour vaccination leave for employees to get shot

REGINA — Saskatchewan has announced people will get paid

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March 19, 2021  

Atlantic premiers announce return of regional travel bubble by April 19

By Keith Doucette HALIFAX — Atlantic Canada’s premiers say

News
March 18, 2021  

Union points to high COVID work claims by teachers as proof all students need masks

By Camille Bains VANCOUVER — The head of the

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March 18, 2021  

Ottawa seeks post-pandemic ideas to prepare for next major disaster

By Jim Bronskill OTTAWA — The federal government is

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March 18, 2021  

Carve-outs to mandatory hotel quarantine announced for temporary foreign workers

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — Temporary foreign workers will

News
March 17, 2021  

Nova Scotia to spend $700K to equip all public schools with defibrillators

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is spending $700,000 to equip

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March 17, 2021  

Two workers dead after crane topples on Gabriola Island: B.C. RCMP

GABRIOLA, B.C. — The RCMP say two workers have

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March 16, 2021  

Ontario labour ministry investigating Amazon site ordered to shut down over outbreak

Amazon has said it plans to appeal the decision

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March 16, 2021  

Trudeau offers reassurance on AstraZeneca safety as European countries suspend use

By Morgan Lowrie MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

News
March 15, 2021  

All workers at Amazon warehouse in Brampton, Ont., ordered to self-isolate

By Denise Paglinawan Thousands of workers at an Amazon warehouse in Brampton,

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March 15, 2021  

Coming week will see trickle of vaccine doses before floodgates open

By Lee Berthiaume OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada

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March 15, 2021  

Officials declare COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. glass company, exposure at Yukon mine

LANGLEY, B.C. — A new COVID-19 outbreak has been

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March 15, 2021  

Experts say Quebecers may be less willing to comply with curfew as days get longer

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — The curfew imposed across

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March 12, 2021  

B.C. allows outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people, indoor rules still in place

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s provincial health officer is now