B.C. and Yukon compare notes on bear safety

Two wildlife experts from B.C. say that province’s experience with bear control could help Yukon. The two met with representatives from municipalities and First Nations on

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Downed Boeings void of optional safety features — some Canadian 737 MAX 8s didn’t have them either – National

The two Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes involved in deadly crashes in the past six months lacked safety features — because they came at

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Following deaths of 21 horses, California racetrack imposes new safety, welfare rules

ARCADIA, Calif. — Santa Anita will impose new rules to scrutinize horses training on its racetrack and add a director of equine welfare following

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Donation bins get safety upgrade in Prince George

A Prince George charity is replacing it’s clothing donation bins with a new, lidless design for increased safety in response to several deaths connected

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Public Safety Minister Goodale discusses national security priorities

The country’s four major securities priorities were brought to light in front of a full house at the University of Regina’s College Avenue Campus

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Health Canada to improve safety of medical devices after probe reveals risky products – National

Health Canada has announced an action plan to improve the safety of medical devices such as pacemakers and breast implants following media reports of

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Transportation Safety Board makes recommendations after Fond du Lac plane crash

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) says people using remote, northern airports are at substantial and unnecessary risk because of a lack of proper equipment

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Parents say lack of air conditioning at Lester B. Pearson schools a safety issue

Parents are calling on the Lester B. Pearson School board to make conditions a little more tolerable for their kids. While it’s not a

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Suspected purple heroin prompts health and safety warning from Oneida Nation Police – London

Oneida Nation Police are warning the public about the suspected distribution of purple heroin. A media release describes the substance as a form of

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CAA Sask. conducts first school zone safety assessment in Regina

While students have been back in school for about three weeks now, on Wednesday morning CAA in partnership with Regina police and Regina Public

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