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- Compliments chicken strips recalled due to possible salmonella contamination
The Public Health Agency of Canada says it’s investigating an outbreak of human illness and has identified this product as a source of illness.
- Coaching centres in Jaipur, Kota found flouting fire safety guidelines
Jaipur chief fire officer Jagdish Phulwaria said the Jaipur Municipal Corporation had conducted a safety audit of such coaching institutes in 2018, of
- TSB investigation reveals pilot who crashed plane near Brantford had no valid licence
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says 76-year-old Ronald Chamberlain did not reply to medical history requests from Transport Canada.
- Saskatoon police busy hosting traffic safety blitz
Saskatoon police are working alongside partner agencies during a traffic safety blitz around the city.
- Tata Motors drives in Tiago with new safety features
The Tiago range will also come equipped with seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters.
- Tata Tiago Will Now Be Equipped With Standard Safety Features Across All Its Variants
Today, Tata Motors announced that the Tiago hatch will receive a range of standard safety features across all its variants. The car will now be equipp
- Transport Canada to conduct safety review of Boeing 737 Max before allowing jet to fly again in Canadian skies
Transport Canada is conducting its own review of design changes to the Boeing 737 Max aircraft to ensure that the “safety risks” identified in two
- B.C. community pushes for no-kill mandate after 3 bears destroyed in as many weeks
This time of year, bear sightings are a daily occurrence. But in recent weeks, they've been followed by the sound of gunshots.
- Preliminary report into fatal Alaska plane crash prompts calls for new safety measures
The crash on May 13 near Ketchikan that killed six people, including a B.C. woman, was one of three fatal plane crashes in the state in eight days.
- Over 3,000 charges laid in Saskatchewan during road safety week
There were over 3,000 charges laid in Saskatchewan from May 14 to 20 for Canada Road Safety Week.
- Safety, Power issues top priorities in Missouri
Keeping residents and their properties safe is among the top priorities officials are facing after a tornado tore apart buildings in Missouri's c
- Metrolinx investigating ‘incredibly dangerous’ videos showing people taking photos on GO station tracks
“What we saw out there today was just incredibly stupid and incredibly dangerous,” Metrolinx spokesperson Matt Llewellyn told the Star.
- Ontario will review ‘financial oversight’ and ‘claim decisions’ made by WSIB
Ontario launches review of Workplace Safety Insurance Board, an agency that administers compensation for injured workers across the province.
- Pilot reports flash just before fatal mid-air Alaska plane collision
The surviving pilot in last week's fatal mid-air plane collision in Alaska saw a flash just before the two planes collided with a "large, loud impact,
- Should Calgary traffic laws be different for cyclists and drivers?
The proposal would ask the province to make rolling stops at stop signs legal for cyclists.
- Ottawa city councillors to introduce motions calling for safer bicycle infrastructure
The motions come almost a week after a cyclist was struck and killed on Laurier Avenue just outside city hall.
- Mountains of uncollected rotting rubbish in LA ‘could lead to bubonic plague’, expert warns
RAT-INFESTED piles of uncollected rotting rubbish could fuel an epidemic of flea-borne diseases such as the bubonic plague, some experts warn. Los Ang
- Panic buttons to apps: How Railways put women's security on track
Railways has taken steps in the past nine years to make the journey of women commuters safer.
- Injured workers face benefit cuts as compensation board assigns them ‘phantom jobs’ with ‘ghost wages’: Report
WSIB practice known as “deeming” forces permanently injured workers into poverty, report says.