Canada Sue Big Pharma

 “Yes, you are responsible and need to be held accountable”. Three Canadian provinces sent this message to large pharma company in court this past week. Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec have filed a $88.7 billion CAD ($67.4 billion USD) against Purdue Pharma. Many shake their head and ask why bother…

Rapid COVID Test Approved!

A rapid test for COIVD 19 has been approved by Health Canada. Precision Biomonitoring out of Guelph, Ontario boasts test results within one hour and 100% accuracy. The first of its kind This is the first rapid result test to be approved but there are many others going through the…

80% COVID-19 patients had low vitamin D

A newly released study from The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism looks at the relationship between COVID 19 and vitamin D deficiencies. Most health experts say more studies need to be done but these findings are encouraging. The benefits of vitamin D have been known for some time now.…

Tragedy in Stoney Creek

A worker lost his life this Monday  at the Waste Management Canada in Stoney Creek. Even with all the rules, training and personal protective equipment (PPE) these tragedies still happen, not as many workplace deaths happen as 20 years ago but they still happen. When they do occur the reality…

New MOL Inspectors coming

The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development is kicking off a recruiting campaign to hiremore health and safety inspectors.The province said inspectors are needed more than ever to curb the threat of COVID-19.The ministry is targeting as many as 98, boosting the ranks from 409 to 507, the largest…