OHS Canada Magazine

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September 23, 2021  

Regulatory group warns Alberta doctors about sharing COVID-19 misinformation

Province has the highest unvaccinated population in Canada

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September 23, 2021  

Saskatoon children’s hospital opens intensive care unit to adults with COVID-19

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan’s only children’s hospital is opening its

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September 22, 2021  

Concerns prompt B.C. to return to notifying schools, parents about COVID exposures

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reversing course on notifying

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September 22, 2021  

Ontario vaccine certificate a ‘temporary’ measure needed to avoid lockdown: Ford

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford attempted to allay concerns

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September 22, 2021  

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney battles COVID-19 hospital crisis, internal party revolt

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney,

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September 22, 2021  

Man, 67, dies after tractor rolls into ditch: OPP

TAY TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Police say a 67-year-old man

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September 22, 2021  

Schools in Salmon Arm, B.C., maintain some safety measures after anti-vax protest

SALMON ARM, B.C. — The main doors of many

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September 21, 2021  

German officials fear anti-mask radicalization after killing of gas station clerk

By Frank Jordans BERLIN (AP) — Senior politicians in

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September 21, 2021  

Eight hurt after fire at lumber-drying facility southeast of Quebec City

BEAUCEVILLE, Que. — Quebec provincial police say eight people

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September 20, 2021  

Toronto playing host to XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Toronto will host the XXII World Congress on Safety

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September 20, 2021  

Saskatchewan government proclaims Sept. 20 to 26 ‘Rail Safety Week’

The Government of Saskatchewan has officially proclaimed Rail Safety

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September 20, 2021  

Biden launches response to health harms from extreme heat

By Matthew Daly WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is

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September 20, 2021  

Businesses, enforcement bodies brace for learning curve on vaccine certificates

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Pub manager Crystal Meikle

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September 20, 2021  

The vaccinated may enter: Alberta’s COVID-19 vaccine passport system begins

EDMONTON — Alberta’s COVID-19 vaccine passport system comes into

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September 17, 2021  

Small agency, big job: Biden tasks OSHA with vaccine mandate

By Paul Wiseman WASHINGTON (AP) — The Occupational Safety

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September 16, 2021  

Alberta business groups want more clarity around new COVID-19 restrictions

By Tara Deschamps Alberta business groups say a new

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September 16, 2021  

Goodbye Pfizer, hello Comirnaty: top COVID-19 vaccines renamed in Canada

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — It’s pronounced koh-MIHR’-nuh-tee. Never

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September 16, 2021  

Saskatchewan to require proof of vaccination to try and increase uptake: Premier

By Mickey Djuric REGINA — Saskatchewan will be bringing

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September 16, 2021  

Ontario requiring colleges and universities to update sexual assault policies

Ontario colleges and universities will have to update their

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September 16, 2021  

As vaccine mandates rise in U.S., requests for religious exemptions grow

Religious objections, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the COVID-19 shot.