OHS Canada Magazine

News
November 23, 2021  

B.C. government limits gasoline sales to 30 litres per visit

The British Columbia government is rationing gasoline on Vancouver

News
November 22, 2021  

Saskatchewan introducing 50-metre safe zones around schools during vaccine rollout

The Government of Saskatchewan is introducing legislation to protect

News
November 22, 2021  

Changes to Saskatchewan’s employment act would clarify sexual harassment issues

The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to the

News
November 22, 2021  

Environment Canada warns of dangers posed by second B.C. storm

British Columbia residents are being told to brace for

News
November 22, 2021  

Maritimes targeted for blast of torrential rain and powerful winds

HALIFAX — Environment Canada says it’s going to be

News
November 19, 2021  

B.C. pipeline conflict saw 500 workers cut off from food, water; RCMP clears blockade

Coastal GasLink: ‘As soon as it is safe to do so, water and other supplies will be brought into our workforce lodges’

News
November 19, 2021  

Canadian Medical Association urges federal government to protect health-care workers

OTTAWA — The Canadian Medical Association is asking the

News
November 19, 2021  

New Brunswick imposes 14-day household quarantine if COVID-19 case detected

By Kevin Bissett FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick government

News
November 19, 2021  

Ontario students to get rapid COVID tests over winter holidays

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontario students will be

News
November 18, 2021  

Flooding, mudslides prompt B.C. government to impose state of emergency

By Camille Bains VANCOUVER — British Columbia declared a

News
November 18, 2021  

Thousands of animals dead in ‘agricultural disaster,’ says B.C. government

By Brittany Hobson Thousands of farm animals have died

News
November 18, 2021  

Ottawa approves request for federal assistance in B.C. flood recovery efforts

The Canadian Armed Forces has been called in to

News
November 17, 2021  

Possibility of provincewide state of emergency ‘very much on the table’ in B.C.

The B.C. government is considering whether to declare a

News
November 16, 2021  

Chopper whisks travellers on B.C. highway to safety, others waiting after mudslides

AGASSIZ, B.C. — Melanie Forsythe’s drive home from Vancouver

News
November 15, 2021  

Alberta now requires vaccine record with QR code for its passport program

EDMONTON — Alberta residents will now need more than

News
November 15, 2021  

Ontario long-term care staff must now have first COVID vaccine to attend work

Ontario long-term care staff must have received their first

News
November 12, 2021  

Holland expected to announce partial lockdown after record number of cases

News prompts fury among bar owner, sports administrators

News
November 12, 2021  

Nova Scotia pays for COVID-19 vaccines for mink; B.C. says no before closing industry

By Camille Bains Nova Scotia will help pay for

News
November 12, 2021  

Non-compliance of COVID-19 measures costs Wild Wing Belleville its liquor licence

Owner does not request vaccine confirmation, require face masks

News
November 12, 2021  

New toolkits assist health-care organizations in combatting violence

Tools intend to control risk, protect workers