OHS Canada Magazine

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July 13, 2021  

Kenney wants Canada to reopen to fully vaccinated visitors

By Stephanie Taylor OTTAWA — Canada should reopen the

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July 13, 2021  

France rushes to get vaccinated after president’s warning

With infections rising, Macron mandates special COVID passes to go to restaurants, shopping malls, or travel

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July 12, 2021  

Multiple fatalities after crane collapses on Kelowna construction site

KELOWNA, B.C. — The head of a development company

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July 12, 2021  

Washington state is latest to pass heat rules for workers

By Nicholas K. Geranios SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington state

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July 12, 2021  

France’s Macron tries to slow variant, boost vaccines

By Angela Charlton PARIS — Is France’s summer over

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July 12, 2021  

Transport minister orders CN, CP to take new wildfire prevention measures

By Christopher Reynolds OTTAWA — Federal Transport Minister Omar

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July 12, 2021  

Yukon issues state of emergency for parts of territory with high water levels

WHITEHORSE — Yukon has declared a state of emergency for the

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July 8, 2021  

Alberta company fined after grinder sets worker’s clothes on fire

An Edmonton company pleaded guilty to one count under The

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July 8, 2021  

Saskatchewan company fined $350K after worker dies in conveyor entanglement

A Regina company was fined $350,000 in Weyburn Provincial

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July 8, 2021  

New Ontario regulation streamlines OH&S reporting, notice requirements

On July 1, O. Reg. 420/21: Notices and Reports under

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July 8, 2021  

WSIB’s latest quarterly rebate payout largest in new program’s history

200 businesses earned combined $3.2 million in premium rebates

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July 8, 2021  

Working at heights education campaign underway on P.E.I.

Beginning June 28, WCB launched a widespread education and

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July 8, 2021  

Quebec to remove capacity limits in retail stores, reduce distancing to one metre

By Sidhartha Banerjee MONTREAL — Quebec’s government is removing

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July 8, 2021  

Saskatchewan prepares to reopen Sunday, offers public health guidance

Public health order requiring masks indoors will be lifted

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July 8, 2021  

Canada not doomed to fourth wave of COVID-19, doctors say, despite U.K.’s experience

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — A fourth wave of

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July 7, 2021  

Half of COVID-19 patients report symptoms after 12 weeks, says new PHAC review

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — A new review by

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July 7, 2021  

Niagara’s top doctor says reopening border with U.S. this summer is too risky

The top doctor in Ontario’s Niagara Region says he

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July 7, 2021  

N.B. bowling alleys turn into vaccination sites, as Atlantic region pushes for shots

BATHURST, N.B. — Though the lanes will be closed,

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July 6, 2021  

City council votes to repeal masking bylaw ahead of this week’s Calgary Stampede

Edmonton’s city council has also voted to repeal their masking bylaw

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July 6, 2021  

Out-of-province fire crews, Armed Forces heading to B.C. to help with wildfires

Firefighting teams from Quebec and New Brunswick are arriving