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Coronavirus reaches Ontario: two cases confirmed by public health officials

The news of Canada’s first coronavirus patient came Saturday as authorities around the world grappled with the new type of virus, which originated in China but has since spread.

Workplace violence remains significant issue in Ontario

Recent charges against Southlake hospital highlight why employers need to fully understand and comply with their workplace safety obligations, writes David Reiter.

Toronto worksite pauses for emotional safety message

Threads of Life speaker recalls death of her brother, who was crushed by a piece of falling equipment while working in an elevator shaft in Sept. 2017.
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Alberta Health & Safety Conference

Date: Feb 6-7, 2020
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Western Conference on Safety 2020

Date: April 6-7, 2020
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Date: April 20-21, 2020
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Date: April 28-29, 2020
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