View As Webpage | Email a Friend

Oct. 30, 2018

Suspect admits to stabbing deaths of man, woman at Alberta work camp

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. - A trial in northern Alberta is hearing grisly details about a work camp cook who killed two other workers - stabbing one man more than 70 times, cutting off parts of his body and lighting him on fire.

Court hears Manitoba Mountie left with severe head wound after shooting

BRANDON, Man. - A bail hearing for one of four men charged after a Manitoba RCMP officer was shot and injured has heard that the Mountie was struck in the back of the head after running the suspects off the road with his cruiser.

B.C. implements most recommendations made after Health Ministry firings: report

VICTORIA - Goodwill payments of more than $1 million and a university scholarship in the name of a student who died by suicide are among key actions taken by British Columbia's government after a report on the firings of eight Health Ministry workers, says the province's ombudsperson.

Sponsored Spotlight 

Do you need to train your staff in First Aid at one place and attain COR certifications in another?

Not if you choose FESTI to meet your Occupational Health and Safety training needs.

FESTI’s Prevention Curriculum covers everything from unique Life Safety courses in security and property management to COR certification support and First Aid/CPR.

FESTI offers onsite training or flexible online learning opportunities to help you reach your goals in a way that works for you.

Contact FESTI today to discuss what the world’s most comprehensive emergency training institute can do for you. >> Learn More
Feature news 
Feature News

Brave New World

In 1942, science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov set out three laws of robotics, one of which says that “a robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.” Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have been a part of science fiction for decades, but it is now coming closer to making major inroads in workplaces across Canada. » Read More
Most Popular 

N.S. man charged after construction worker allegedly shot in back with nail gun

ABERCROMBIE, N.S. – A Nova Scotia man has been charged after allegedly shooting a co-worker in the back with a nail gun on a construction site. » Read More

McGill research finds significant driving impairment 5 hours after cannabis use

MONTREAL – Driving under the influence of cannabis remains dangerous even five hours after use, a new study by McGill University researchers has found. » Read More

Product News 

Northern communities get marine safety training and barges through the Oceans Protection Plan

HAY RIVER, NT (Oct. 14, 2018) – Protecting the marine environment and all users of Canada’s oceans and waterways is of paramount importance. The Government of Canada, under the Oceans Protection Plan, is making sure our coasts are protected in a modern and advanced way » Read More