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March 5, 2019

Coroner calls for seatbelts on buses following Humboldt crash

REGINA - The coroner's service in Saskatchewan has released its report on the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash, calling for tougher enforcement of trucking rules and mandatory seatbelts on highway buses.

Auditor's follow up report says BC Corrections still has work to do on jails

VICTORIA - The provincial auditor general is giving BC Corrections mixed reviews in a progress audit stemming from a 2015 report that questioned inmate safety and found facilities were over capacity.

Plane crashed in B.C. in 2017, killing Alberta couple, during bad weather: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. - The Transportation Safety Board says an Alberta pilot flew into deteriorating weather before his small plane crashed in southeastern British Columbia, killing him and his girlfriend.
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Behind Bars

An increase in reported inmate-on-staff violence in Ontario’s correctional institutions has led to the release of a report by the province’s independent corrections adviser in December 2018, offering 42 recommendations aimed at making jails safer. But correctional violence is not unique to Ontario — it is a nationwide problem. » Read More
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Injured cement-plant worker dies en route to hospital

A worker is dead after an accident at a Calgary cement plant. » Read More

Privacy commissioner finds doctors snooped in Humboldt Broncos patient records

REGINA – Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner has found eight people inappropriately gained access to the electronic health records of 10 Humboldt Broncos team members involved in a bus crash last April. » Read More

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You can change the cartridge position ... without changing the cartridge

Newmarket ON (Jan 21, 2019) – 2019 Claudio Dente, President of Dentec Safety Specialists, is happy to announce the latest developments in cartridge respirator’s convenience and efficiency. » Read More