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OPP officer suffers minor injuries in collision in South Cayuga, Ont.

Provincial police say an officer suffered minor injuries when a cruiser collided with another vehicle in South Cayuga, Ont.

University of Saskatchewan fires coach over recruitment of student facing charge

The University of Saskatchewan has fired men's volleyball coach Brian Gavlas following reports he was aware of a sexual assault charge faced by a player when the team recruited the student athlete.

P.E.I. police probe collision involving truck and school bus carrying children

RCMP in P.E.I. are investigating a collision involving a school bus carrying 26 children and say the driver of a pickup truck is expected to face charges.

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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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The National Day of Mourning is a reminder workplaces should be safe

Have you ever had a loved one killed or maimed on the job? » Read More

Two fishermen dead after boat capsizes in Inverness County, Cape Breton

Police say two fishermen are dead after a fishing vessel capsized Saturday morning in the Cape Breton community of Inverness County. » Read More

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Dräger introduces new technology to protect against deadly smoke-borne gases known as ‘Toxic Twins’

Dräger announced a new patented ‘toxic twins’ alarm function on its X-am 5000 multi-gas monitor that measures CO and HCN against a combined threshold. The company has also published a whitepaper detailing the effects of the ‘toxic twins.’ » Read More