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May 1, 2018
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Pilot likely disoriented in plane crash that killed former Alberta premier

The Transportation Safety Board says the pilot of a plane that crashed, killing former Alberta premier Jim Prentice, was probably disoriented while flying in the dark, but investigators will never know for sure because the aircraft didn't have flight recorders.


Pregnant nurse injured in attack by patient, Nova Scotia union says

A pregnant nurse was injured this week after being attacked while on duty at the East Coast Forensic Hospital in Dartmouth, her union says.


Former Mountie who sexually assaulted teenage boys gets six years in prison

A former Mountie and youth sports coach who a judge says used his authority and trust to groom teenage boys before sexually assaulting them has been sentenced to six years in prison.


The National Day of Mourning is a reminder workplaces should be safe

Have you ever had a loved one killed or maimed on the job? What about a co-worker or someone you knew? It happened to me in the mid-1970s, when one of my bosses at a smelter where I worked in northern Ontario was killed on the job. Six months from retirement and a careless mistake cost him his life.
 
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The sexual-harassment scandals that made waves in the United States and triggered the #MeToo movement last year has brought about the downfall of actors, movie producers, politicians and celebrity chefs alike. Now, the tsunami of workplace harassment has reached the shores of Canada. » Read More
 
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Not known what caused Saskatchewan bus crash that killed 15: RCMP

Investigators are still trying to piece together what happened when a tractor-trailer collided with a hockey team bus at a Saskatchewan highway intersection in a horrific crash that killed 15 people, including players and the coach of the Humboldt Broncos. » Read More

Alberta suspends certificate of trucking company involved in Broncos crash

A Calgary trucking company that owns the semi truck that collided with the Humboldt Broncos bus and killed 15 people has been ordered to keep its vehicles off the road. » Read More

 
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Dräger announces free NFPA 2018 upgrade kit offer for new 2013 SCBAs

Mississauga, Ontario – Dräger announced the offer of a complementary upgrade kit that enables fire departments to purchase new 2013 Dräger self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) now and bring them into NFPA 2018 compliance free of charge. » Read More