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Workers in his 50s dies after being trapped under paving machine at cemetery

A man has died in a workplace accident at an Edmonton cemetery.

Alberta urged to compensate farmers to make up costs of health and safety rules

An Alberta government panel is recommending the province subsidize farmers and ranchers to offset costs of new occupational health and safety rules.

Harassment investigators brace for Weinstein-inspired boost in complaints

Media reports detailing sexual-harassment claims against high-profile film and TV titans, including Harvey Weinstein and Bill O’Reilly, have been relentless.

WestJet flight makes unscheduled landing due to drunk passenger

RCMP in the northern Alberta detachment of Wood Buffalo say a WestJet flight made an unscheduled landing in Fort McMurray earlier this week, due to an unruly drunk.
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Machine over Man

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Contractor killed at Suncor mining site north of Fort McMurray

A contract worker died Friday at Suncor Energy’s Millennium oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray. » Read More

Man dies after walnut shells used at Edmonton worksite

Justin Mathews had a lifelong nut allergy and was always careful, so his family is stunned that he died after visiting a worksite where walnut shells were used to blast paint off walls. » Read More
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Welcome Chris Harker to the SHOWA sales team

Oct. 17, 2017 — COATICOOK, Que. — Mr. Terry Smith, national sales manager of SHOWA Canada, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Mr. Chris Harker as Atlantic Canada territory manager. » Read More