OHS Canada Magazine

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April 20, 2021  

Peel Region to order temporary closure of businesses with recent COVID-19 outbreaks

Officials in one of Ontario’s top COVID-19 hot spots

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April 19, 2021  

Staff shortages, emotional toll weigh on health-care staff during Ontario’s third wave

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Nurse Manpreet Kainth knows

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April 19, 2021  

As mask mandates end, Oregon bucks trend with permanent rule

Idea has prompted flood of angry responses crying government overreach

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April 19, 2021  

Ford backtracks on new police COVID-19 powers amid intense backlash

By Colin Perkel TORONTO — Furious criticism of new

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April 16, 2021  

‘I wish I could get the vaccine tomorrow’: Grocery workers struggle with anxiety

By Tara Deschamps and Brett Bundale Grocery store workers

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April 16, 2021  

Construction council ‘disgusted’ at stripper incident on GTA site

The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) is appalled

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April 16, 2021  

NDP lawmaker tables bill to decriminalize drug use as overdose deaths soar

Opioid epidemic has seen more than 20,000 Canadians die from toxic drug overdoses

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April 16, 2021  

Manitoba police, firefighters, teachers will be prioritized for vaccines

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government says it will soon

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April 16, 2021  

COVID-19 cases among crew of oil tanker anchored off Cape Breton: union

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — An oil tanker has been

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April 15, 2021  

Grey-Bruce residents to consider themselves a COVID-19 carrier for 48 hours

TORONTO — Grey Bruce Health Unit is telling residents to stay

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April 15, 2021  

Quebec health experts criticize vaccine rollout for high-risk people

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — Health experts in Quebec

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April 15, 2021  

Miller: Player safety ‘impossible to achieve’ with gruelling Canucks schedule

22 players, 4 coaches have tested positive for COVID-19

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April 14, 2021  

Cargill temporarily closes its London, Ont., poultry plant due to COVID-19 outbreak

LONDON, Ont. — Food giant Cargill Limited says it

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April 13, 2021  

April 28 marks National Day of Mourning

CCOHS urges business to renew commitment to worker safety

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April 13, 2021  

Business support for COVID restrictions down from last fall: survey

TORONTO — Support for pandemic-related restrictions has fallen among

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April 13, 2021  

How to talk to vaccine-hesitant friends: experts offer tips on addressing concerns

By Melissa Couto Zuber Anger and frustration can take

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April 13, 2021  

Let users carry certain amounts of drugs without criminal sanctions: Vancouver mayor

By Camille Bains VANCOUVER — The City of Vancouver

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April 12, 2021  

Rapid screening pilot program to launch in Waterloo, Ont.

Point-of-care tests intended to keep workers safe in small- and medium sized businesses

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April 12, 2021  

Regina company fined $182K after worker suffers serious injury

On March 31, Shawcor Ltd. pleaded guilty in Regina

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April 12, 2021  

Ontario schools to move online next week after spring break

No timetable given for return to in-person learning