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News
January 11, 2021  

Police issue fines as Quebec curfew takes effect, cases continue to rise

By Jacob Serebrin and Michel Saba MONTREAL — Dozens

News
January 8, 2021  

Manitoba extends limits on store openings, public gatherings for another two weeks

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is extending its COVID-19

Feature
January 8, 2021  

Ontario lockdown may not lift at end of January: Ford

‘When you see the modeling, you’ll fall off your chair’

News
January 8, 2021  

Nova Scotia tightens border with New Brunswick following spike in COVID-19 cases

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is tightening its border controls

News
January 7, 2021  

Quebec curfew ‘sets the tone’ for pandemic fight, says expert

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — The possibility of stricter

Feature
January 6, 2021  

‘Shock treatment’: Quebec to impose 8 p.m. curfew until Feb. 8

New COVID-19 measure goes into effect Saturday

News
January 5, 2021  

B.C.’s top doctor limits staff increases at five industrial worksites

VICTORIA — An order by British Columbia’s top doctor

News
January 4, 2021  

Toronto to publicly report more data on workplace COVID-19 outbreaks

‘We know the fight is far from over and spread is happening in workplaces’: Mayor Tory

News
January 4, 2021  

New Brunswick fines for distracted driving, passing school bus, doubling in 2021

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick motorists have some new rules

News
December 31, 2020  

Saskatoon farm fined $70K after worker dies in baler accident

On Dec. 17, Sommer Green Forages pleaded guilty in

News
December 30, 2020  

Toronto plans further restrictions on businesses as city braces for COVID-19 surge

By John Chidley-Hill Toronto is bracing for surging COVID-19

News
December 30, 2020  

Steel plant injuries result in $115K fine for Ontario company

An Ontario company has been fined $115,000 for injuries

News
December 22, 2020  

Linamar fined $200K after unprotected worker hit by furnace fireball

GUELPH, Ont. — A prominent car-parts maker in Guelph,

News
December 22, 2020  

Thyssenkrupp Elevator fined $55,000 for worker’s arm injury

OTTAWA — An elevator company in Ottawa has been

News
December 21, 2020  

Police issue more than $400K in fines at weekend anti-lockdown rally in Montreal

MONTREAL — Police say they issued more than $400,000

News
December 17, 2020  

Tyson fires seven at Iowa pork plant after COVID betting inquiry

Six died after outbreak infected more than 1,000 U.S. employees

News
December 17, 2020  

B.C. expands enforcement measures to crack down on COVID-19 rule breakers

WorkSafeBC requested to increase number of workplace inspections

News
December 16, 2020  

Quebec orders all non-essential businesses closed from Dec. 25 until at least Jan. 11

Big box stores will be unable to sell goods deemed non-essential

News
December 15, 2020  

California subpoenas Amazon over worker safety in pandemic

Action follows months of informal communications over policies

News
December 15, 2020  

Saskatchewan bans household visits, will limit retail capacity starting Christmas Day

‘This needs to be a much quieter Christmas,’ premier says