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May 7, 2019
3M Respiratory Safety

Rescue team dispatched to site of plane crash in Labrador, two men hurt

MAKKOVIK, N.L. - Two men injured in the crash of a small plane into a mountain are being transported by snowmobile to a medical station in Labrador.

Ottawa ditches longer deadlines for answering veterans' requests for service

OTTAWA - The federal government has backed off a controversial plan to give bureaucrats more time to respond to disabled veterans seeking benefits and support for their service-related injuries.

N.L. woman ordered to pay town $200 after alleging employee stole her booze

NORRIS POINT, N.L. - A woman who took her Newfoundland town to court after alleging an employee stole her alcohol was recently ordered to pay $200 over what a provincial court judge called a frivolous claim.

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Autonomous car

In the Driver’s Seat

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

Energy firm fined for explosion that killed two oilsands workers

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. – The company formerly known as Nexen Energy has been fined $450,000 after pleading guilty to charges in the deaths of two oilsands workers in northern Alberta. » Read More
Product News 

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