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Pauline Marois recalls Quebec election-night shooting five years later

As the fifth anniversary of Quebec’s election shooting approaches, Pauline Marois says she has forgiven the man who murdered a lighting technician that night and who was also intent on killing her.

Mixed reaction greets report on service dogs for veterans, first responders

A research team working on behalf of Veterans Affairs Canada released the early results of an ongoing study on psychiatric service dogs for veterans and first responders – but the report has disappointed a few service-dog advocates

Pilot associations, unions demand stronger regulations on fatigue

Transport Canada has proposed updates to its fatigue-management regulations for flight crews, but stakeholder unions are saying that the changes are not enough – that they do not comply with established science on pilot fatigue.

Teen faces charges for allegedly pointing laser at police helicopter

Police say a 17-year-old boy from Bowmanville, Ont. is facing multiple charges after allegedly pointing a handheld laser beam at a Durham Regional Police helicopter.

Man arrested after bomb threat at General Electric construction site

Niagara Regional Police say a local man is facing charges after a note was placed at a General Electric construction site in Welland, Ont., saying it was mined with explosive devices.

Globe and Mail journalist detained for three hours by Chinese officials

Nathan VanderKlippe, the Globe‘s correspondent in Asia, said in several Twitter posts Wednesday that he was held for about three hours before Chinese officials released him.
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Weed at Work

The legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada came closer to reality on April 13, when the Justin Trudeau government introduced the Cannabis Act, or Bill C-45. While pot users across the country applaud the move, others have raised concerns about the effect that the proposed legislation would have on workplace safety. » Read More
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Staff shortage could risk RCMP officer safety, says police federation

A shortage of RCMP personnel across the country could create both long-term and short-term safety risks for members, according to the national federation for RCMP officers. » Read More

Worker, 63, dies in apparent equipment mishap at hay plant

The incident happened at about 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 16, at a plant belonging to Dalziel Enterprises. » Read More
Product News 

Special Compression Silicone... is now available in a full-face mask

July 25, 2017 — NEWMARKET, Ont. — Claudio Dente, president of Dentec Safety Specialists, is happy to announce the latest developments in respiratory comfort and effectiveness. » Read More

Corporate Health: Fit for Work at A+A 2017

May 24, 2017 — DÜSSELDORF, Germany — The thematic area of Corporate Health at A+A 2017 covers a wide range of preventative products and services aimed at helping the workforce stay fit for work for as long as possible. » Read More