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Rail manager guilty in case of train left on B.C. mountainside without handbrakes

A manager with Canadian Pacific Railway has been found guilty for his role in illegally parking a train carrying dangerous materials on a mountainside near Revelstoke, B.C.

Incidents like Toronto mass shooting can leave psychological wounds: experts

Deadly incidents such as April's van attack and Sunday's mass shooting in Greektown may have residents feeling as if Toronto the Good has become Murder City Canada, and has left some wondering whether the country's largest city is a safe place to live.

Security forces scramble as man approaches ceremonial guard on Parliament Hill

A 24-year-old man was taken into custody Monday morning in connection with an incident during the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony on Parliament Hill.

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Upping the Ante

In response to the growing demand for safety professionals who can better support workplaces in the changing global economy, new eligibility requirements for Canadian Registered Safety Professional certification will take effect on July 1. » Read More
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Man charged with attempted murder after woman assaulted in Bradford, Ont., factory

Police say a man is facing charges after a woman was allegedly attacked by a co-worker at a factory in Bradford, Ont. » Read More

Saskatchewan officer testifies he had numerous drinks, but was under the limit

A Saskatchewan police officer accused of impaired driving has told court he’d consumed five schooners and seven mixed drinks containing scotch and amaretto at two different bars, but says he wasn’t impaired. » Read More

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IndustrySafe Releases Initial Incident Reporting for its EHS Mobile App

July 10, 2018 - IndustrySafe, a leader in safety management software, is pleased to announce the release of its initial incidents form to the IndustrySafe mobile app. » Read More