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Vaccine mandates would likely face legal hurdles in Canada

The latest proposal is to require vaccination, full stop. But it’s important to note that this doesn’t mean forcing people to be vaccinated. Rather, the most likely scenario is a provincial law making it an offence not to be vaccinated.

Nose or throat? Experts say to use rapid test swabs as directed

Recent social media posts have fed into the notion that swabbing the throat with a COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit might yield more accurate results against the Omicron variant than only testing for virus in the nostrils.

Quebec lifts COVID-19 curfew, extends vaccine passport to big box retail

Starting Jan. 24, Quebecers will need to show proof of vaccination to enter big box stores with surface areas of 1,500 square metres or more, other than pharmacies or grocery stores.

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OHS legislation: Reviewing the year that was

The year 2021 saw not the end of COVID-19, but instead the continuation of uncertainty and a further shifting workplace safety reality, where vaccines became readily available and policies mandating their use were challenged. » Read More

Ontario allowing shorter isolation following 2 negative rapid tests

Ontarians with COVID-19 symptoms can leave isolation sooner than the required five days if two rapid antigen tests come back negative. » Read More
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7 ways to boost your employees’ health in 2022

After two tough years of uncertainty, forced isolation and a constant fear of getting sick with COVID-19, many of your employees are likely feeling the impact of the pandemic on their health. » Read more

Here’s what we know about the risks of weed behind the wheel

Driving under the influence of cannabis can be a very risky behaviour, which is a grave public health concern. It is essential to provide education and promote public awareness. » Read more


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Date: April 26 to 28
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IRSP Conference 2022

Location: Virtual Conference
Date: May 9 to 12
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