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Compliance & Enforcement

News
September 8, 2021  

B.C.’s top doctor says vaccine card could help province move beyond COVID-19 disruption

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s premier says the province’s vaccination

News
September 3, 2021  

Vaccine passports come into effect in Manitoba in effort to avoid shutdown

WINNIPEG — Vaccine passports come into effect in Manitoba

Feature
September 1, 2021  

Ontario to require proof of vaccination as of Sept. 22

Certificate will be needed to access certain businesses and settings

News
August 31, 2021  

RCMP union concerned over enforcement of upcoming B.C. COVID-19 vaccine card

The national union representing RCMP officers says it’s concerned

News
August 30, 2021  

Manitoba brings back COVID-19 orders, with freedom for those who are vaccinated

By Kelly Geraldine Malone WINNIPEG — Fully vaccinated people

News
August 30, 2021  

Ontario plans to announce vaccine certificate system: sources

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter and Allison Jones TORONTO — Ontario

News
August 27, 2021  

New Brunswick releases mandatory vaccine policy for government employees

FREDERICTON — Provincial government employees in New Brunswick have

News
August 27, 2021  

U.S. safety council calls on all employers to require COVID-19 vaccinations

The U.S.-based National Safety Council (NSC) is urging employers

News
August 26, 2021  

Northwest Territories reinstates mask mandate over growing COVID-19 cases

YELLOWKNIFE — The Northwest Territories has issued its first

News
August 24, 2021  

B.C. to introduce vaccine card for activities and restaurants as COVID-19 cases climb

Starting Sept. 13, residents will have to show proof of having had a single dose of a vaccine to enter gyms, fitness centres, casinos

News
August 23, 2021  

N.S. requires N.B. travellers to show vaccine proof because of rising COVID-19 cases

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is imposing isolation requirements this

News
August 23, 2021  

Montreal to end state of emergency, in place since start of pandemic

Montreal is not renewing the state of emergency that has been

News
August 23, 2021  

B.C. may not move to Step 4 next month as COVID-19 case counts increase

By Nick Wells VANCOUVER — British Columbia may not advance as expected

News
August 17, 2021  

Ontario pauses reopening, issues vaccine policy for some workers as Delta spreads

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontario will pause all further reopening, start

News
August 13, 2021  

Alberta keeping COVID-19 measures for another 6 weeks as cases spike

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is walking back its decision to

News
August 12, 2021  

Feds say vaccine passports for foreign travel will roll out in early fall

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino

News
August 11, 2021  

Calgary construction company fined $500K for 2016 worker death

A Calgary company was fined $500,000 in Saskatoon Provincial

News
August 9, 2021  

Quebec considering vaccine mandate for health workers amid rise in COVID infections

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — The Quebec government said Friday it

Voice
August 9, 2021  

Creative sentencing penalties can improve workplace safety

Unique process a way to address restoration by linking punitive measures to improved OH&S outcomes, and industry-wide learning

News
August 9, 2021  

Weary U.S. businesses confront new round of mask mandates

By Dee-ann Durbin Businesses large and small, from McDonald’s