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Federal Court Invalidates Government Policy for Failing to Protect Migratory Birds

Protecting the nest isn’t enough to conserve the critical habitat of endangered bird species.

OHS Fines Scorecard for 2024 (Feb. 14 to March 15)

Ontario dishes out the most fines but Alberta dishes out the highest ones.

British Columbia Launches New Output Based Pricing System

What BC OHS coordinators need to know to comply with the new OBPS

Innovations in First Aid Kits and Training for Modern Occupational Health and Safety

As an occupational health and safety professional, your job is making sure the employees you [...]

Province Not Effectively Managing Hazardous Spills, says B.C.’s Auditor General

The number of hazardous spills in British Columbia has trended upwards over the last several years [...]

Court Upholds Employer’s Dismissal Of Health And Safety Manager For Cause

In Lagala v. Patene Building Supplies Ltd, 2024 ONSC 253 (CanLII), the employee was dismissed for [...]

OHS Fines Scorecard for 2024 (Jan. 1 thru Feb. 13)

Ontario had the most major OHS fines but BC had the biggest one at +$710,000

You Can’t Contract Your Way Out of Environmental Liability

Brief your corporate officers on why hiring independent contractors doesn’t get the company off the [...]

OHS Fines Scorecard for December 2023

Ontario had the most major OHS fines but BC had the biggest one at +$710,000.

New Duty To Cooperate And Maintain Employment Following Workplace Injury Labour, Employment & Human Rights Bulletin

As of January 1, 2024, employers and workers in British Columbia now have a new legal “duty [...]

Creating A Safe Space In Training Sessions For Both Trainers And Trainees

In recent years, we have seen important shifts in how employers are working to prevent and address [...]

Environmental Law 2023

Environmental Law in Canada: an Introduction National Developments Challenges to federal [...]

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