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News
December 2, 2013  

Migrant workers denied EI benefits get new hearings

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
November 4, 2013  

Feds propose broad changes to labour code

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
October 21, 2013  

Ontario migrant workers win healthcare extension

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
October 7, 2013  

Alberta misrepresenting work injuries: report

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
September 30, 2013  

Quebec ombud faults workplace safety board

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
September 23, 2013  

Manitoba WCB takes aim at experience rating system

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
September 16, 2013  

Union, government meet to discuss asbestos concerns

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
September 13, 2013  

Canada Celebrates 100 Years of Workers’ Compensation – Meredith Principles Remains Relevant a Century Later

TORONTO, ONT. (Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada)

News
September 9, 2013  

City of Saskatoon saves nearly $1 million in productivity time

(Canadian OH&S News)

News
June 10, 2013  

Bill proposes expansion of presumptive coverage

VAUGHAN, Ont. (Canadian OH&S News)

Feature
December 3, 2012  

Staking Claims

WorkSafeNB is digging deep into its pockets to pay back nearly $4 million to workers’ compensation claimants following a recent ruling from the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick, which found that the board had improperly clawed back injury…

News
November 19, 2012  

Ministers call for suspension of OxyContin generics

OTTAWA (Canadian OH&S News)

News
November 5, 2012  

Auditor-general calls for changes to aid injured or ill veterans

OTTAWA (Canadian OH&S News)

Feature
October 15, 2012  

A New Life

When Annette Elliott showed up for work on that first day, her co-workers were stupefied. They have always known her as Anthony, the father of four and a diligent air traffic controller at NAV Canada’s tower in Winnipeg since 1994.

News
March 27, 2012  

Ontario WCB approves use of OxyContin replacement

TORONTO (Canadian OH&S News)

Feature
December 6, 2010  

Rights and Wrongs

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario seems to be a more frequent stop for injured workers with accommodation concerns since changes to the provincial human rights system were adopted two years ago.

Feature
October 15, 2010  

ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN

It was two days before Christmas in 2008. An off-duty transit police officer and his family were on their way …

Feature
August 15, 2010  

The Long and Short of It (August 15, 2010)

Prescription narcotic use, perhaps abuse, has served as fodder for its fair share of headlines and has grabbed…

News
May 12, 2009  

Swine Flu and Pandemic Planning Resources

These online swine flu, pandemic planning and emergency preparedness resources have been compiled by COHSN staff.