OHS Canada Magazine


January 19, 2022  

Airlines cancel some flights after reduced 5G rollout in U.S.

Warnings issued about interference with aircraft technology

January 17, 2022  

Airlines, Pearson ask government to drop mandatory arrival testing requirement

TORONTO — Canada’s largest airlines and the country’s busiest

January 17, 2022  

Truckers call on B.C. government to ensure dangerous highways cleaned

VANCOUVER — A group representing truck drivers is calling

January 14, 2022  

Ottawa to go ahead with trucker vaccine mandate after stating it would scrap it

By Christopher Reynolds MONTREAL — The federal government says

January 13, 2022  

Feds make last-minute reversal on vaccine mandate for truckers

By Christopher Reynolds MONTREAL — The federal government is

January 12, 2022  

Truckers say vaccine requirement for crossing border will exact economic toll

By Christopher Reynolds MONTREAL — Truckers warn that a

January 11, 2022  

U.S. advises against travel to Canada as COVID hospitalizations hit critical levels

By Adina Bresge Children in Alberta and British Columbia

January 6, 2022  

Sunwing party flight shows need for stronger rules, flight attendants say

By Christopher Reynolds MONTREAL — In the wake of

December 22, 2021  

Icefield rollover survivor who lost wife wants report released

By Bill Graveland CALGARY — A man who lost

December 20, 2021  

Canada reinstates molecular test for travellers, even for short trips

By Camille Bains and Laura Osman Canada is bringing back

December 14, 2021  

B.C. government to lift 30-litre limit on gas for general public

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is lifting a

December 2, 2021  

U.S. to require all inbound foreign air passengers to get COVID test the day before

By James McCarten WASHINGTON — By early next week,

December 1, 2021  

All travellers arriving by air, except from U.S., need COVID-19 test at airport

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — All air travellers entering

November 30, 2021  

Unvaccinated travellers barred from planes, trains as of Nov. 30

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — Unvaccinated travellers over the

November 29, 2021  

Contract Metrolinx worker killed during GO Transit construction in Pickering, Ont.

TORONTO — Police and the operator of a prominent

November 26, 2021  

World on alert as new variant emerges in southern Africa

By Raf Casert BRUSSELS — A slew of nations

November 24, 2021  

U.S. to require vaccines for all border crossers in January

By Zeke Miller WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will

November 23, 2021  

Fear of travelling: Canadians need to put travel risk into perspective

By Kelley A. McClinchey, Teaching Faculty, Geography and Environmental

November 23, 2021  

B.C. government limits gasoline sales to 30 litres per visit

The British Columbia government is rationing gasoline on Vancouver

November 18, 2021  

Flooding, mudslides prompt B.C. government to impose state of emergency

By Camille Bains VANCOUVER — British Columbia declared a