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July 11, 2019
3M Safety

Tribunal rules ex B.C. jail guard faced racism in 'poisoned work environment'

VANCOUVER - A former jail guard has won his discrimination complaint against the British Columbia government for being forced to work in what the human rights tribunal concluded was a "poisoned work environment."

Federal government commits $2.8 million to anti workplace harassment project

OTTAWA - The federal government is committing nearly $2.8 million to a project aimed at reducing workplace harassment and promoting accountable work environments.

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Statement by Wolfram Diener, Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, on A+A 2019

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