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Compliance & Enforcement Human Resources
January 22, 2018  

New trial ordered for sex worker who says she stabbed client in self defence

Compliance & Enforcement Health & Safety
January 22, 2018  

Job site accident kills worker involved in northern Manitoba power project

Health & Safety Human Resources
January 22, 2018  

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce says it supports province’s legal pot plan

Compliance & Enforcement Human Resources
January 22, 2018  

Former worker pleads guilty to helping inmate escape federal prison in Alberta

Health & Safety
January 5, 2018  

Mayor wants Fernie, B.C., ice arena reopened after deadly leak

Compliance & Enforcement Health & Safety Transportation
January 5, 2018  

Ship grounding off Vancouver Island attributed to poor planning, no lookout: TSB

Compliance & Enforcement Health & Safety Transportation
January 4, 2018  

Train conductor played significant role in Lac Megantic tragedy: Crown

Health & Safety Human Resources
January 4, 2018  

Theatre star Albert Schultz loses gig amid sex assault claims from 4 actresses

Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene
January 1, 2018  

Alberta agency issues alert: Okotoks food services worker found to have hepatitis A

Compliance & Enforcement Health & Safety Human Resources Occupational Hygiene
December 5, 2017  

Liberal MP accuses Tory James Bezan of “humiliating” comments, sexual in nature

Health & Safety
November 29, 2017  

Man accused in B.C. police officer’s death appears in Abbotsford court

Health & Safety Human Resources
November 29, 2017  

New study reveals toxic environment of violence against staff in Ontario hospitals

Health & Safety Human Resources
November 28, 2017  

Ontario television reporter speaking out about harassment on the job

Compliance & Enforcement Health & Safety
November 28, 2017  

Workers to get right to refuse unsafe work as Alberta overhauls workplace rules

Human Resources
November 27, 2017  

Some companies taking steps to curb inappropriate behaviour at office parties: expert

Health & Safety Human Resources
November 27, 2017  

‘Somebody could actually die’: Cybercrime’s grave threat to automated resource firms

Health & Safety
November 24, 2017  

Toronto considering airport style security measures at City Hall

Health & Safety Young Workers
November 24, 2017  

Saskatchewan pot survey suggests legal weed be regulated similar to alcohol

Health & Safety Human Resources
November 24, 2017  

Number of Saskatchewan workplace fatalities slightly lower this year

Health & Safety Human Resources Transportation
November 23, 2017  

Uber isn’t saying how many Canadians were affected by year old hack