OHS Canada Magazine

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Compliance & Enforcement

Feature
May 17, 2021  

Federally regulated employer fined $250K following fatality

Penalty one of the largest levied against a federally regulated employer in Canadian history: lawyers

News
May 14, 2021  

Medical exception letters required in Alberta for those who don’t wear masks

EDMONTON — Alberta has moved to close loopholes people

News
May 14, 2021  

Manitoba grocery stores chided for poor mask enforcement

By Temur Durrani, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter WINNIPEG FREE

Feature
May 13, 2021  

Ontario stay-at-home order extended until June 2

Despite improvements, key indicators remain high: government

News
May 13, 2021  

California governor says mask mandate to end after June 15

By Adam Beam SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin

News
May 13, 2021  

Provinces issued more tickets during second wave of COVID-19: report

By Maan Alhmidi OTTAWA — Provinces became more punitive

News
May 11, 2021  

Ontario agricultural operations required to register boilers, pressure vessels as of July

The Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA), Ontario’s public

News
May 11, 2021  

Oilsands producers step up pandemic measures as outbreaks rise in region

CALGARY — Oilsands companies are stepping up protective measures

News
May 11, 2021  

Ontario stay-at-home order may be extended past May 20: Elliott

Developments come as hospitals remain under immense pressure

News
May 11, 2021  

Quebec eases restrictions in capital, tightens them in region east of Montreal

By Sidhartha Banerjee MONTREAL — Quebec eased restrictions in

Feature
May 5, 2021  

Alberta tightens rules to prevent looming hospital catastrophe

Schools to move online until at least May 25 due to COVID-19

News
May 4, 2021  

Alberta premier promises more COVID-19 rules, expands vaccinations to teachers

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney

News
May 4, 2021  

COVID-19 cases rise in N.W.T., Nunavut; Iqaluit declares state of emergency 

By Emma Tranter IQALUIT — Nunavut’s capital declared a

Feature
May 3, 2021  

Shared smoke breaks, broken rules: What led to Nunavut’s first COVID-19 cases?

By Emma Tranter IQALUIT — Broken isolation rules, shared

News
May 3, 2021  

Toronto public health looking into possible COVID outbreak at quarantine hotel

Toronto public health officials are investigating a possible COVID-19

News
April 30, 2021  

Ontario asks for mandatory three-day hotel quarantines at land crossings

By Shawn Jeffords TORONTO — Ontario is asking the

News
April 30, 2021  

Death due to COVID-19 parties could lead to manslaughter charges: experts

By Hina Alam People who break health rules by

News
April 30, 2021  

‘Necessary step’: Alberta bringing in tighter restrictions in COVID-19 hot spots

Areas include cities of Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, more

News
April 28, 2021  

Peel Region orders 80 Canada Post workers to self-isolate due to outbreak

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Canada Post says about 80 of

News
April 27, 2021  

Toronto announces first workplace closures due to COVID-19 outbreaks

Rules allow city to order businesses with five or more linked cases in past two weeks to shut down for 10 days