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Calls for action as high temperatures lead to sweltering classrooms in Ontario

TORONTO - Students had to withstand sweltering conditions in classrooms across much of Ontario as temperatures soared on Wednesday, prompting calls for the government to address the lack of air conditioning in many schools.

Pilots in mid air collision over Quebec mall didn't respect altitude rules: TSB

MONTREAL - The Transportation Safety Board says two pilots involved in a fatal mid-air collision over a busy suburban Montreal shopping mall in March 2017 weren't adhering to altitude restrictions.

'Second class citizens:' Grand chief says racism ongoing at Manitoba Hydro

WINNIPEG - Indigenous people continue to suffer from racism connected to hydroelectric development in northern Manitoba, the grand chief for the area said two weeks after a review found abuse and violence dating back to the 1960s.
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Crashed in 1959: RCMP to begin dive to float-plane wreckage in Saskatchewan lake

BUFFALO NARROWS, Sask. (The Canadian Press) — An RCMP dive on a remote northern Saskatchewan lake this week will attempt to recover a pilot and a conservation officer whose remains could still be inside the wreckage of a float plane that vanished almost 60 years ago. » Read More

Travellers complain about rude, disrespectful Canadian border officers

The Canada Border Services Agency faced more than 100 founded complaints from travellers last year, including allegations of racism and rudeness – and one instance of a woman alleging a border officer yelled at her while she was in medical distress. » Read More

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Honeywell Miller® Full-Body Fall Protection Harness Features Stylish Patriot Design with Strength and Flexibility

Honeywell introduces the Miller Aircore™ Patriotic Steel Harness for construction workers who prefer to wear their patriotism on their sleeves while gaining optimal safety and comfort for at-height applications. » Read More