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Hazmat

News
April 24, 2019  

Out of control Saskatchewan wildfire triggers state of emergency, evacuation

BIGGAR, Sask. – Wildfire smoke and concerns about air

News
April 18, 2019  

Precautionary evacuation for Red Deer, Alta., residents due to industrial fire

RED DEER, Alta. – Residents from 80 homes in

News
April 12, 2019  

B.C. to expand firefighter occupational disease coverage to wildfire fighters

VICTORIA – Firefighters who have battled British Columbia wildfires,

News
March 16, 2019  

Protect against respiratory hazards with knowledge

A multitude of toxic gases may be present depending

News
March 16, 2019  

Second Wind

Most of us take breathing for granted. But the

News
March 16, 2019  

Wildfires: Tackling emerging respiratory hazards

In recent years, western Canada has been battling more

News
March 16, 2019  

Comfort a key factor in revised respiratory-protection standards

The latest edition of the CSA Standard Z94.4-18 Selection,

News
March 11, 2019  

Higher cancer rates found in Edmonton residential area near creosote site

EDMONTON – The Alberta government says soil sample tests

News
February 22, 2019  

CN still tallying amount of oil spilled in Manitoba train derailment

ST. LAZARE, Man. – CN is still tallying up

News
February 20, 2019  

TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

ST. LAZARE, Man. – Federal investigators say CN railcars

News
February 19, 2019  

Officials still working out how much oil leaked from derailment in Manitoba

ST-LAZARE, Man. – Canadian National Railway says it doesn’t

News
February 19, 2019  

Sulphur leaks, traffic disrupted, when semi rolls on northern Alberta highway

GRASSLAND, Alta. – A busy northern Alberta highway was

News
February 14, 2019  

Media report cites workplace concerns at site of Alberta plant explosion

A media report says a wood pellet plant west

News
February 13, 2019  

Head wounds among injuries suffered in explosion at Alberta wood pellet plant

Three people were taken to hospital after an explosion

News
February 7, 2019  

Smoke from wildfire is like a ‘chemical soup,’ says fire researcher

VANCOUVER – Inhaling smoke from a wildfire can be

News
February 6, 2019  

Cape Breton coal mine cited for breaking reporting rules in ‘massive’ cave in

HALIFAX – Officials at an undersea Cape Breton coal

News
January 31, 2019  

Canada reduces presence in Cuba after another diplomat falls mysteriously ill

OTTAWA – A 14th Canadian has fallen ill to

News
January 25, 2019  

Four workers injured in propane explosion outside Mississauga strip mall

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Police say four workers have been

News
January 21, 2019  

Fire next door to B.C. pipeline fuel tank facility under control

BURNABY, B.C. – A fire just a few hundred

News
January 16, 2019  

Carbon monoxide leak that sent 43 to hospital spurs Montreal school inspections

MONTREAL – Two children remained in hospital for observation