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How to fix Canada’s safety infrastructure

A federal government report on hydraulic equipment Safety Equipment Canada, a watchdog that is tasked with overseeing the safety of Canada’s 1.3 million natural gas pipelines, says the industry needs to invest in “significant improvements” to its safety infrastructure.The National Energy Board of Canada (NEB) issued the report Tuesday, saying its latest assessment showed that […]

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A new state law aims to ensure the safety of toilets and other facilities used in public schools

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday upheld a High Court order to make toilets and showers in public school toilets accessible to women and girls.The Delhi High Courts Bench directed the Central government to implement the order of the Delhi Board of Secondary Education, a body of schools set up in 1999 by […]

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How to keep your car safe in a tornado

Posted May 29, 2018 09:07:30 You’ve seen a lot of tornado videos lately.What’s it like to actually experience a tornado, and how can you prepare for one?We asked tornado experts, emergency responders and a few locals for their best tips for protecting yourself during a tornadic event.Here’s what they had to say.1.Stay clear of downed […]

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Video shows man being dragged by police after being arrested in OPP incident

Police in Toronto are investigating after a video emerged showing a man being arrested following a traffic stop in the city.The video, which has since been removed, shows the man being thrown to the ground as police begin questioning him about a domestic incident.Police have confirmed to CBC News that the incident occurred on Thursday […]

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Seadoo: Can we get more data about the risks?

We don’t yet know if Seadoon will be able to meet its goals, but we do know that it is already in a phase of improvement that could provide valuable information for governments and regulators to help mitigate the risks that the oil spill posed to the environment.In April, Canada’s Environment Minister, Catherine McKenna, said […]

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