OHS Canada Magazine

Workers Compensation

January 25, 2019  

Former Mountie involved in Taser death at Vancouver airport suing government

VANCOUVER – A former Mountie involved in the death

January 21, 2019  

Former firefighter with PTSD sues Syncrude over suspended benefits, dismissal

CALGARY – A lawsuit filed by a former firefighter

December 31, 2018  

Emails reveal how Ottawa sought to explain PTSD treatment for man who killed cop

HALIFAX – Newly released documents offer a glimpse into

November 30, 2018  

Wife’s MS has Tory MP urging more support for people with episodic disabilities

OTTAWA – Conservative MP David Yurdiga says people suffering

October 31, 2018  

B.C. implements most recommendations made after Health Ministry firings: report

VICTORIA – Goodwill payments of more than $1 million

October 23, 2018  

Montreal waitress who refused sexual advances from boss awarded $52,000

MONTREAL – A waitress who was harassed after refusing

October 15, 2018  

Federal board must rethink compensation for employee who was sexually assaulted

OTTAWA – The board responsible for hearing grievances by

October 7, 2018  

CAMH reaches settlement with former head of gender identity clinic

TORONTO – Canada’s largest mental health centre has apologized

September 25, 2018  

Veterans Affairs ordered to take second look before supporting vets’ relatives

OTTAWA – The Trudeau government sought to defuse weeks

September 24, 2018  

Man wins five year battle over pay lost during Prince Edward Island snowstorm

CHARLOTTETOWN – In what might be a moral victory

September 7, 2018  

B.C. officer who killed man sues watchdog, alleges investigation too long

VANCOUVER – An RCMP officer who killed a man

June 4, 2018  

Halifax racial discrimination case deserves ‘high end’ damages: lawyer

HALIFAX – The lawyer for a Halifax transit worker

April 12, 2018  

Nova Scotia court strikes down human rights decision over medical marijuana

HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has

March 31, 2018  

Nova Scotia to give up to 16 weeks unpaid leave to victims of domestic violence

  HALIFAX – Victims of domestic violence in Nova

March 21, 2018  

CFLPA files grievance against CFL related to player safety and rehabilitation

TORONTO – The CFL Players’ Association has filed a

March 17, 2018  

Canadian hockey coach Shannon Miller wins discrimination lawsuit, wants to work

Shannon Miller may have won a multi-million dollar lawsuit,

March 16, 2018  

More than 200 people dismissed amid Toronto transit benefits fraud investigation

TORONTO – The Toronto Transit Commission says it has

March 15, 2018  

Supreme Court declines to hear Arland Bruce III’s concussion case against CFL

Arland Bruce III won’t be having his day in

March 8, 2018  

Actress Taylor Hickson sues producers over facial injury

A Canadian actress whose face was badly cut while

March 2, 2018  

B.C. bride’s online malice against photographer ends with order to pay $115,000

VANCOUVER – A British Columbia bride has been ordered