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Protesters vow to continue B.C. fish farm protest amid court action

First Nations protesters at a salmon farm off the northern coast of Vancouver Island are vowing to stay, despite court action aimed at forcing them out.

Ottawa hospital nurses, personal support workers at great risk of violence: new poll

Hospital direct care providers, such as nurses and personal support workers, are at great risk of physical violence in the workplace, a poll of Ontario and Ottawa hospital staff released today finds.

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Machine over Man

Gone are the days when manual labour drove the bulk of the work in oil and gas exploration. In a post-peak-oil era, in which resources are harder to extract and oil prices continue to plunge, the race towards automation means higher profitability — and less human error. » Read More
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Creating an effective joint health and safety committee is an important part of occupational injury prevention and, if done correctly, will yield safety benefits. » Read More
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Health Canada expands fire extinguisher recall involving 2.7 million devices

The Canadian government is expanding a recall of Kidde and Garrison brand fire extinguishers to cover some 2.7 million of the devices in Canada, including some that date back more than 40 years. » Read More

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

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