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May 2, 2019
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Ontario to review OPP workplace culture after recent suicides

TORONTO - Ontario is spending up to $500,000 to review workplace culture at the provincial police service, prompted by a number of recent officer suicides.

Amid fishing deaths, there are signs of improving safety culture: association

HALIFAX - The head of the Fisheries Safety Association of Nova Scotia says despite the high number of deaths on fishing vessels last year, a shift in safety culture is emerging.

Consider climate impact on infrastructure suffering repeated flooding: experts

With key infrastructure in the Maritimes and Quebec again threatened by surging waterways, flooding experts say it's past time for fixes that consider worst-case climate change scenarios.
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The oft-heard phrase “drive safe” is poised to take on a whole new meaning in a world of autonomous vehicles. Experts are unanimous that when mere mortals are no longer behind the wheel, roads will be safer. » Read More
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Crew of runaway grain train in Manitoba improperly trained: report

MINNEDOSA, Man. – A Winnipeg newspaper says it’s learned that a train with more than 100 loaded grain cars careened down a hill through the southwestern Manitoba town of Minnedosa last year. » Read More

One dead, one in critical condition after plane crash north of Kenora: police

KENORA, Ont. – Police in northern Ontario say one person is dead and another is in serious condition after a small plane crashed north of Kenora, Ont. » Read More

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Bradley Earns Well Workplace Award by Wellness Council of America

Menomonee Falls, Wis. (March 11, 2019) – The Wellness Council of America (WELCOA), with local affiliate Wellness Council of Wisconsin, recently presented its Gold-level Well Workplace Award to Bradley Corporation, manufacturer of commercial plumbing fixtures and equipment for more than 95 years. The Gold Well Workplace Award recognizes organizations that make a commitment to the health and well being of their employees. » Read More