OHS Canada Magazine

Workers Compensation

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

March 1, 2018  

Halifax hospital donnybrook: Appeal court reduces cardiologist’s damages

HALIFAX – A court has dramatically reduced a cardiology

February 22, 2018  

Montrealer’s fight for insurance benefits highlights dangers of social media: lawyers

MONTREAL – The case of a Montreal writer who

February 21, 2018  

B.C. lawsuit seeks damages after women secretly recorded in a work bathroom

VANCOUVER – The former operator of a wedding decor

February 20, 2018  

Juror who spent five months at Ontario murder trial files lawsuit

An advocate for the rights of jurors has filed

February 7, 2018  

High Time

Everyone is talking about marijuana, as the recreational use

January 31, 2018  

Judge rules RCMP don’t have to share records from ammonia leak in B.C.

FERNIE, B.C. – A judge says police do not

January 24, 2018  

Two years after farm safety bill passes, no regulations in place in Alberta

EDMONTON – More than two years after Alberta passed

November 10, 2017  

WestJet wants B.C. court to toss proposed class action that alleges harassment

VANCOUVER – WestJet says a proposed class-action lawsuit that

June 29, 2017  

Ontario workplaces have become safer, claims annual WSIB report

Province maintains Canada’s lowest lost-time injury rate

May 23, 2017  

Correctional officers demand recognition of their unique, unsafe work environment

Union demonstrates at federal prisons nationwide

May 23, 2017  

Widow seeking inquiry into alleged toxic exposures at Manitoba smelter in 2008

Vale, government say employee’s death not work-related