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News
July 5, 2022  

N.B. coroner’s inquest calls for safety supervisors at all high-risk workplaces

A jury at a coroner’s inquest has made a

News
July 5, 2022  

Nova Scotia lifting nearly all COVID-19 restrictions this week

Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health,

News
July 5, 2022  

Lost-time injury rate remains at all-time low in Newfoundland and Labrador

WorkplaceNL has released its 2021 Annual Performance Report, confirming

News
June 27, 2022  

TPA responds to Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Review

In response to a report released by the Toronto

Voice
June 20, 2022  

To prevent disasters like Lac Megantic, private interests cannot be allowed to affect regulations

By Bruce Campbell, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Environmental and

News
June 20, 2022  

Company plans to reopen Cape Breton coal mine after two-year shutdown: councillor

A Cape Breton coal mine that was shuttered two

News
June 13, 2022  

Safety board blames improper training for death at Montreal’s giant ferris wheel

Deficient safety practices at the ferris wheel in Montreal’s

News
June 9, 2022  

No OHS Act fines issued after collapse of Tittle Bridge

On the afternoon of Tuesday, July 7, 2020, a

News
June 9, 2022  

BC Ferries fined $674,000 after worker who drowned after falling from vessel

British Columbia’s health and safety agency for workers has

News
June 7, 2022  

Ontario farm pleads guilty to death of worker from COVID-19, fined over $125,000

Scotlynn SweetPac Growers Inc., one of Canada’s largest employers

News
June 6, 2022  

LTC facilities failed to train workers on medication hazard: Union

By Mia Jensen, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter After a

News
June 2, 2022  

Two companies in Saskatchewan fined after workplace injury

Two companies in Saskatchewan pleaded guilty to violations under

News
May 16, 2022  

Tour bus company in Alberta faces charges under OHS Act after fatal icefield crash

On July 18, 2020, an Ice Explorer bus rolled

News
May 5, 2022  

Automotive company slapped with $60K fine after worker critically injured

Futaba Industrial Ontario (FIO) Automotive Canada Corporation in Stratford,

News
May 3, 2022  

Ontario construction firm fined $150K after worker killed on the job

An Ontario company has been fined $120,000 — plus

Feature
March 17, 2022  

Not returning to the office? Tips to limit work-from-home injury, employer liability

Many employers with workforces primarily working from home during

Feature
March 10, 2022  

Accommodation a two-way street, Alberta court confirms in shoulder injury ruling

Canadian human rights legislation can be a landmine for

News
March 9, 2022  

Oilfield company, executive indicted in gas deaths of couple

MIDLAND, Texas (AP) — An oilfield company and a

News
March 3, 2022  

As spring approaches, WorkSafeBC reminds employers of fall risks

WorkSafeBC is reminding employers and workers of the risks

News
March 1, 2022  

Alberta ends almost all COVID-19 restrictions

Alberta has officially lifted almost all of its COVID-19