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News
April 20, 2018  

Ottawa’s new privacy rules give businesses flexibility on data breach reporting

TORONTO – Federal data breach regulations set to take

News
April 18, 2018  

Liberal member withdraws from caucus amid sexual misconduct allegations

QUEBEC – A Liberal member of the Quebec legislature

News
April 18, 2018  

B.C. judge stays charges against 2 Mounties due to delays getting cases to trial

NANAIMO, B.C. – A British Columbia judge has stayed

News
April 18, 2018  

Ont Liberals introduce fair pay bill for construction workers under govt contracts

TORONTO – Construction workers, building security guards and cleaners

News
April 15, 2018  

Father of slain police officer expresses gun bill anger in letter to Goodale

OTTAWA – The father of a police officer who

News
April 12, 2018  

Saskatchewan nurse fined for palliative care critique on Facebook loses appeal

REGINA – A nurse who was fined $26,000 for

News
April 12, 2018  

Worker at pot dispensary charged with trafficking as police investigate robbery

HALIFAX – The owner of a medical marijuana dispensary

News
April 12, 2018  

Sexual harassment in the workplace is an ‘epidemic,’ says human resources survey

OTTAWA – Sexual harassment is far more prevalent in

News
April 11, 2018  

Alberta suspends certificate of trucking company involved in Broncos crash

HUMBOLDT, Sask. – A Calgary trucking company that owns

News
April 10, 2018  

Canadian trucker sentenced for fatal crash in Montana

GREAT FALLS, Mont.  A Canadian trucker has been sentenced

News
April 9, 2018  

N.B. Conservatives ask for inquiry into harassment allegations against Speaker

FREDERICTON – The Progressive Conservatives in New Brunswick say

News
April 8, 2018  

Growing Pains

Alberta’s new employment standards for workers under the age

News
April 8, 2018  

Safeguarding Green Hands

For many young workers — usually defined as those

News
April 8, 2018  

Opposition accuses N.B. premier of failing to act on harassment allegations

FREDERICTON – New Brunswick’s official Opposition has accused Premier

News
April 6, 2018  

New Brunswick premier suspends Speaker amid allegations of harassment

FREDERICTON – The Speaker of the New Brunswick legislature

News
April 5, 2018  

Alberta set to introduce bill for no go zones around abortion clinics

EDMONTON – The Alberta government says it will introduce

News
April 4, 2018  

Edmonton university recovers bulk of money lost in phishing attack

EDMONTON – An Alberta university which revealed last summer

News
April 3, 2018  

Lac Megantic tragedy: Crown says bankrupt railway won’t have to stand trial

MONTREAL – The railway at the heart of the

News
March 31, 2018  

Nova Scotia to give up to 16 weeks unpaid leave to victims of domestic violence

  HALIFAX – Victims of domestic violence in Nova

News
March 31, 2018  

Worker dies after falling off roof of Toronto island airport

TORONTO – A man working on renovations at Toronto’s