OHS Canada Magazine

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Legislation

Feature
June 27, 2022  

Over 160 health workers sign open letter calling on the Ontario government to legislate 10 paid sick days immediately

As the Premier of Ontario announces a new cabinet

News
June 7, 2022  

Ontario farm pleads guilty to death of worker from COVID-19, fined over $125,000

Scotlynn SweetPac Growers Inc., one of Canada’s largest employers

News
June 1, 2022  

New Respectful Workplace Policy released by Alberta Premier’s Office

A new Respectful Workplace Policy has been released by

News
May 24, 2022  

‘CSIS is broken,’ lawyer says in support of spy service employee’s claim

By Jim Bronskill Lawyers for a Canadian Security Intelligence

Feature
May 10, 2022  

Thirty years after Westray disaster, families say justice still rare in worker deaths

By Michael Tutton Family members who lost loved ones

News
May 5, 2022  

Firefighters say recognition of cancer risk is tough battle, especially in Quebec

By Camille Bains Jenn Dawkins remembers the spring day

Feature
April 21, 2022  

Ontario PCs exploring raising injured workers’ compensation if re-elected

The Ontario government says it is looking into raising

Feature
April 8, 2022  

OHS fines in Ontario skyrocket, naloxone kits being mandated under new law

Ontario has passed its new workplace legislation, the Working

News
April 4, 2022  

N.L. to make helmets, seatbelt use mandatory for off-road vehicles

Operators of all off-road vehicles in Newfoundland and Labrador

Feature
April 4, 2022  

Ontario raising speed limit to 110 km/h on some highways

The Ontario government is raising the speed limit permanently

News
April 4, 2022  

B.C. expands whistleblower protection for public-sector organizations

British Columbia has expanded whistleblower protection to additional agencies,

News
March 28, 2022  

Alberta billing changes expand access to virtual mental health care

Alberta is making it easier for people to receive

News
March 28, 2022  

Nova Scotia creates ‘safe zones’ around homes of senior health officials

Nova Scotia is planning legislation to protect the safety

Feature
March 22, 2022  

Nova Scotia expands presumptive coverage for cancer, heart attacks for firefighters

Workplace injury insurance for Nova Scotia firefighters and their

News
March 21, 2022  

B.C. plans to license asbestos contractors, require mandatory training and certification for workers

British Columbia has introduced legislation designed to help keep

Feature
March 17, 2022  

Not returning to the office? Tips to limit work-from-home injury, employer liability

Many employers with workforces primarily working from home during

News
March 1, 2022  

Ontario to mandate naloxone kits in high-risk workplaces, including construction sites

Workplaces in Ontario that have a high risk of

News
February 24, 2022  

Ottawa closes street along Parliament, mulls permanent change in wake of protest

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — The three-week long protest

News
February 24, 2022  

Saskatchewan premier calls on Ottawa to lift all COVID-19 mandates

By Mickey Djuric REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe

News
February 22, 2022  

Quebec bar association wants government to justify continued state of emergency

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — The Quebec bar association