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Three teams shortlisted to build new Grimsby, Ont. hospital - Hamilton

Three teams shortlisted to build new Grimsby, Ont. hospital – Hamilton

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) have advanced three teams to the request for proposals stage to design, build and finance Grimsby’s new hospital. IO says the three teams were prequalified based on a set of criteria that included design and construction capability, experience and financial capacity. A successful bidder is expected…

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Opioid abuse in the construction industry

Opioid abuse in the construction industry

Chris Gardner of the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association of B.C. discusses the opioid epidemic in the construction industry, and the workplace wellness program that’s been put in place to help support workers suffering from mental health issues or addiction. Source link

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COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan | Globalnews.ca

COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan | Globalnews.ca

Since the novel coronavirus pandemic began, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) had been alerting the public about businesses that have likely been exposed to COVID-19 by an infectious person. This is done when health officials are uncertain they have identified all close contacts. The SHA said COVID-19 alerts will now only be issued when…

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Advocates push Quebec government to increase social housing for victims of domestic violence - Montreal

Advocates push Quebec government to increase social housing for victims of domestic violence – Montreal

As cases of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic rise, community organizations are calling on the Quebec government to increase its investment in social housing in the next provincial budget. The coalition, formed by the Front d’Action Populaire en Réaménagement Urbain (FRAPRU) and the Alliance des maisons de 2étape pour femmes et enfants victimes…

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Anishnaabe and Dakota chiefs call for inquiry over revelations in Broken Promises investigation

Anishnaabe and Dakota chiefs call for inquiry over revelations in Broken Promises investigation

An advocacy organization representing Anishinaabe and Dakota communities in Manitoba is calling for an inquiry into how the federal government reviews major infrastructure projects on First Nations. The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO), which represents 34 First Nations in the province, says federal officials often force First Nations to work with sub-standard firms in order…

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Anishnaabe and Dakota chiefs call for inquiry over revelations in Broken Promises investigation

Anishinaabe and Dakota chiefs call for inquiry over revelations in Broken Promises investigation

An advocacy organization representing Anishinaabe and Dakota communities in Manitoba is calling for an inquiry into how the federal government reviews major infrastructure projects on First Nations. The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO), which represents 34 First Nations in the province, says federal officials often force First Nations to work with sub-standard firms in order…

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Feds didn’t supply enough resources to end water advisories on First Nations: auditor - National

Feds didn’t supply enough resources to end water advisories on First Nations: auditor – National

The government did not provide the support needed to ensure First Nations communities have access to safe drinking water, says federal auditor general Karen Hogan in a report released Thursday. “We are very concerned, and honestly, disheartened that this long-standing issue is still not resolved,” Horgan told a news conference in Ottawa. Indigenous Services…

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