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feature Health & Safety Workers Compensation
April 28, 2021  

Employers pause, reflect on National Day of Mourning

News Workers Compensation
April 27, 2021  

WCB distributes $71 million in surplus funds to Manitoba employers

blog Occupational Hygiene Workers Compensation
April 22, 2021  

Examining workers’ compensation trends for 2021

News Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene Workers Compensation
March 18, 2021  

Union points to high COVID work claims by teachers as proof all students need masks

News Health & Safety Workers Compensation
March 4, 2021  

Nova Scotia workplace fatalities increased in 2020

blog Health & Safety Workers Compensation
February 26, 2021  

WSIB offering relief, rebates to help make Ontario workplaces safer

feature Human Resources Workers Compensation
February 3, 2021  

Federal supports through COVID-19: Did they work?

News Health & Safety Workers Compensation
January 18, 2021  

New governors appointed to CCOHS council

feature Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene Workers Compensation
December 16, 2020  

Understanding cancer in the workplace

News Legislation Workers Compensation
December 9, 2020  

Proposed legislation will protect Ontario employers from unexpected WSIB increases 

News Health & Safety Workers Compensation
November 27, 2020  

New provincial safety group launches in Newfoundland and Labrador

feature Health & Safety Human Resources Workers Compensation
October 13, 2020  

Safety statistics reveal ‘disappointing’ trends on workplace fatalities, injuries

News Health & Safety Workers Compensation
October 8, 2020  

Online training prepares Manitobans for safe return to work during COVID-19

News Workers Compensation
September 4, 2020  

Manitoba WCB leader stepping down after eight-year stint

News Workers Compensation
September 1, 2020  

WCB Nova Scotia releases 2021 employer assessment rates

News Workers Compensation
August 14, 2020  

Workplace injuries in Nova Scotia continue long-term downward trend