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Not known what caused Saskatchewan bus crash that killed 15: RCMP

Investigators are still trying to piece together what happened when a tractor-trailer collided with a hockey team bus at a Saskatchewan highway intersection in a horrific crash that killed 15 people, including players and the coach of the Humboldt Broncos.

Three collisions involving school buses worry Ontario provincial police

Three separate crashes involving school buses in the last two days, including one that left a motorist dead, have Ontario provincial police pleading for drivers to pay more attention.

Opposition accuses N.B. premier of failing to act on harassment allegations

New Brunswick's official Opposition has accused Premier Brian Gallant of failing to act swiftly on allegations of harassment against the Speaker of the legislature, suggesting the Liberals were trying to cover up the matter.

Coroner investigating worker's death at New Westminster truck trailer facility

The BC Coroners Service and WorkSafeBC are investigating a worker's death at a truck-trailer loading facility in New Westminster, B.C.

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The sexual-harassment scandals that made waves in the United States and triggered the #MeToo movement last year has brought about the downfall of actors, movie producers, politicians and celebrity chefs alike. Now, the tsunami of workplace harassment has reached the shores of Canada. » Read More
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More than 200 people dismissed amid Toronto transit benefits fraud investigation

The Toronto Transit Commission says it has parted company with more than 200 people who had connections to a multimillion-dollar benefits scam. » Read More

Drug testing proposal splits group helping Liberals on workplace pot policies

A key body tasked with helping the federal government decide whether and how to impose marijuana testing for workers finds itself at an impasse, ensuring no new federal rules on workplace impairment will be in place before pot becomes legal later this year. » Read More

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Automation to impact at least 50% of Canadian jobs in the next decade: RBC research

A new RBC research paper, Humans Wanted – How Canadian youth can thrive in the age of disruption, has revealed that 50% of Canadian jobs will be disrupted by automation in the next 10 years. » Read More