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Occupational Hygiene

News
March 5, 2021  

How many teachers have had COVID-19 but didn’t know it? Researchers want to find out

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — The debate over the

News
March 5, 2021  

Efficacy figures of COVID-19 vaccines don’t tell whole story: experts

By Melissa Couto Zuber Health experts are concerned the general

News
March 4, 2021  

Chief medical adviser says Health Canada preparing for quick approval of boosters

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — Canada’s chief medical adviser

News
March 4, 2021  

‘A frightened workforce’: Union worries as Olymel reopens after COVID-19 shutdown

RED DEER, Alta. — Some employees of a pork

News
March 4, 2021  

Vaccine panel recommends going up to 4 months between doses

By Paola Loriggio A national panel of vaccine experts

News
March 3, 2021  

Texas becomes largest U.S. state to lift COVID-19 mask mandate

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I

News
March 3, 2021  

U.S. public health caution clashes with vaccine optimism, eased restrictions

WASHINGTON — The United States is at a COVID-19

Feature
March 3, 2021  

Virtual NSC Congress kicks off with ode to safety pros

OH&S professionals are ‘nation’s secret weapon in the fight to save lives’

News
March 3, 2021  

Rapid response teams in place to support safety in B.C. schools

By Amy Smart VICTORIA — Education Minister Jennifer Whiteside

News
March 2, 2021  

COVID supervisors on the challenges of trying to keep Canadian film and TV sets safe

By Victoria Ahearn TORONTO — On set they called

News
March 2, 2021  

Strategic antibody tests touted as tool in road to achieving broad COVID immunity

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — Health Canada has approved

News
March 1, 2021  

WHO: ‘Premature,’ ‘unrealistic’ that COVID-19 might be over by year’s end

By Maria Cheng and Jamey Keaten GENEVA — A

News
March 1, 2021  

Experts caution against temptation to comparison shop vaccines

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — While it’s tempting to

News
March 1, 2021  

Program addresses vaccine hesitancy with jargon-free, non-judgmental expertise

By Camille Bains When it comes to vaccine hesitancy,

News
March 1, 2021  

Mass vaccinations begin in Montreal as province ramps up effort

MONTREAL — Quebec’s mass vaccination campaign got underway in

News
March 1, 2021  

Ontario warns health-care providers of counterfeit N95 masks sent from its stockpile

Government reviewing entire stockpile

News
February 25, 2021  

Vaccine hesitancy declining among Quebec health-care workers, researchers say

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — Lucie Tremblay wants her

News
February 24, 2021  

Teachers at school in Surrey, B.C., ask for more safety measures

Concern that there is single set of COVID-19 health and safety rules for every school in the province

News
February 19, 2021  

Survey: nearly two-thirds of small businesses would use rapid testing

OTTAWA — Nearly two-thirds of Canadian small businesses would

News
February 19, 2021  

Who do provinces have pegged to receive vaccines in coming weeks?

As COVID-19 vaccine supplies gradually ramp up across the