OHS Canada Magazine

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December 30, 2021  

Retail group applauds Ontario’s decision to cut isolation period for workers in half

TORONTO — Canada’s largest retail industry group is applauding

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December 30, 2021  

Western employers reminded to take precautions for workers toiling in cold

With cold temperatures and winter conditions continuing to be

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December 30, 2021  

New COVID-19 health measures announced amid another record-breaking day in Canada

By Morgan Lowrie Another day of record-breaking COVID-19 case

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December 30, 2021  

Quebec allows some health-care workers back to work 7 days after testing positive

By Virginie Ann MONTREAL — Vaccinated Quebec health-care workers

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December 30, 2021  

Manitoba eyes security changes as threats to politicians appear on the rise

By Steve Lambert WINNIPEG — Being a politician or

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December 30, 2021  

Man who died in Montreal’s ferris wheel accident was civil engineering student

MONTREAL — The 22-year-old man who died following a

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December 22, 2021  

Saskatchewan forgoes holiday COVID-19 restrictions despite dire projections

REGINA — New COVID-19 projections suggest case numbers will

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December 22, 2021  

Icefield rollover survivor who lost wife wants report released

By Bill Graveland CALGARY — A man who lost

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December 22, 2021  

Winner of women’s occupational health and safety scholarship announced

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) announced

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December 21, 2021  

Quebec brings back tough health measures as COVID-19 cases soar

Remote work, which before was recommended by authorities, is now mandatory

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December 20, 2021  

Canada reinstates molecular test for travellers, even for short trips

By Camille Bains and Laura Osman Canada is bringing back

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December 20, 2021  

Capacity limits return at Ontario restaurants, retailers as Omicron surges

By Nicole Thompson TORONTO — The rampant spread of

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December 17, 2021  

Quebec orders shops, bars, restaurants, churches to operate at 50 per cent capacity

COVID-19 vaccination is no longer enough to prevent Quebec’s

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December 15, 2021  

Alberta braces for more Omicron, ramps up testing, but loosens health rules

EDMONTON — Alberta is making changes to testing, booster

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December 15, 2021  

Newest CCOHS governor will represent workers on tripartite council

On Dec. 10, Canada’s Minister of Labour, Seamus O’Regan Jr.,

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December 15, 2021  

Candle factory worker says she risked discipline if she left job amid tornado

By Bruce Schreiner MAYFIELD, Ky. — An employee of

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December 15, 2021  

Quebec, Ontario, P.E.I., introduce new measures in hopes of slowing Omicron spread

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has consulted the premiers on

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December 14, 2021  

Man charged with first-degree murder in shooting death of store employee in Alberta

By Daniela Germano Police say a 21-year-old man has

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December 14, 2021  

B.C. government to lift 30-litre limit on gas for general public

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is lifting a

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December 13, 2021  

Thousands without heat, water after tornadoes kill dozens in U.S.

By Bruce Schreiner and Dylan Lovan MAYFIELD, Ky. —