Edmonton Humane Society: Canoe the dog + Halloween safety

In our Adopt a Pet segment with the Edmonton Humane Society, Dr. Ted Purcell introduces us to Canoe the 10-month-old dog and talks about

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Vancouver Island road where bus rolled has been object of safety complaints for years, say local leaders

The chief councillor of the First Nations in Bamfield, B.C. says the narrow, winding gravel road where two University of Victoria students were killed

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‘Worst collisions that we see’: Trauma doctor sparks discussions around pedestrian safety in HRM – Halifax

After witnessing several close calls, a critical care and trauma physician in Halifax has raised concerns around pedestrian safety in the Halifax Regional Municipality.

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BC Transit to install safety doors to protect drivers from assaults

BC Transit has announced it will install full-driver doors — which act as protective barriers between drivers and passengers — for the majority of its large buses

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Stabbings, syringes and school: Parents of kids at urban Vancouver elementary worry about safety

The tipping point for Desiree Miller happened last spring. She was walking her three kids home past a neighbourhood park when they spotted police caution

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Alberta farmers, workers weigh in as safety laws are rewritten

On the 1,200-acre cash crop operation run by Bill McFarquhar and his son Cameron, near Cremona, Alta, nature is taking its course.  While barley,

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Building and Office Evacuation Training Video – Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety

There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including: • Fires • Chemical Spills •

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Transportation Safety Board deploys investigative team to site of deadly floatplane crash

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has deployed a team of investigators to the site of a seaplane crash that killed four people and

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Transportation Safety Board investigates helicopter crash believed to have killed Quebec businessman and son – Montreal

A team of investigators from Canada’s Transportation Safety Board (TSB) arrived in the Lac Valtrie area, north of Mont-Tremblant, Friday morning, where a helicopter

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Work camp killer still poses ‘significant risk’ to public safety, review board finds

Kenneth Kelly and Mia Burry always used to hold hands. That changed for the couple four years ago, the night they saw two people stabbed

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