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Compliance & Enforcement

News
February 25, 2021  

Incident at Canadian Tire in Thunder Bay, Ont., results in $60K fine

A fine of $60,000 has been handed down following

News
February 24, 2021  

Nunavut community declares state of emergency over rising COVID-19 numbers

ARVIAT, Nunavut — The Nunavut community of Arviat has

News
February 22, 2021  

Canada Post worksite hit by major virus outbreak excluded from provincial inspections

As Crown corporation, inspection falls outside provincial jurisdiction

News
February 22, 2021  

Stricter COVID-19 measures now in effect at Canadian borders, airports

OTTAWA — A mandatory three-day hotel quarantine for most

News
February 19, 2021  

Ontario extends stay-at-home order in Toronto, Peel, North Bay

Regions will see restrictions in place until March 8

News
February 19, 2021  

Ontario sending inspectors to check on reopening small businesses

TORONTO — Ontario is sending inspectors to visit small

News
February 19, 2021  

Regina steelmaker Evraz fined $935K for breaking safety rules

REGINA — A Regina steelmaker has been fined $935,000

News
February 18, 2021  

U.S. seizes millions of phoney N95 masks in COVID-19 probe

By Colleen Long WASHINGTON — Federal agents have seized

News
February 17, 2021  

Mandatory tests, hotel quarantines: How will this work?

OTTAWA — New quarantine and testing requirements for those

News
February 17, 2021  

Stricter border controls for Canadian travellers to begin Feb. 22

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — Tighter border controls will come into

News
February 17, 2021  

One in five southwestern Ontario farms not compliant with COVID rules, early inspections find

By Max Martin, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter LONDON FREE

News
February 12, 2021  

Death of supervisor results in $200K fine for Hamilton construction firm

Company had prior conviction involving death of young worker

News
February 11, 2021  

COVID inspections to focus on Peel warehouses, distribution centres

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — The next phase of

Feature
February 10, 2021  

New federal rules on violence, harassment in effect: Are you compliant?

Taking a structured approach can ensure clarity

Feature
February 9, 2021  

Feds to require negative test for those entering at land borders 

Latest COVID-19 measure will kick in Feb. 15

News
February 8, 2021  

Ontario to begin gradual reopening of economy Wednesday

Provincial state of emergency set to expire Feb. 9

News
February 5, 2021  

Quebec to reopen stores, salons and museums next week

Curfew will remain in place in Montreal, Quebec City

News
February 2, 2021  

Niagara’s farms under scrutiny in COVID-19 enforcement blitz

Liaison officers from Mexican consulate will accompany inspectors

Voice
February 1, 2021  

COVID-19 safety is not subjective

Deliberate flaunting of public health rules is cause for concern as Canada endures extended pandemic

News
February 1, 2021  

Quebec reports fewer than 1,000 daily infections of COVID-19

First time since early November province has done so