News Health & Safety
October 27, 2021  

WSIB says 62 per cent of Ontarians are more interested in work place health and safety

According to a recent poll conducted by the Workplace

News General
July 9, 2020  

Regulating e-cigarette advertising key to address youth vaping

Student use has more than tripled in just four years; regulations come into effect Aug. 7.

News Energy Manufacturing General Sustainability
June 16, 2020  

Rolling back environmental regulations during COVID-19 is short-sighted

But these changes come with large risks, short-term environmental damage can have long-term effects.

News Government General
June 9, 2020  

Most regions outside Toronto-Hamilton area moving to reopen – Stage 2

GTA and Hamilton area held back because of the high concentration of the province’s COVID-19 cases.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 1, 2020  

Ontario makes temporary change to layoff regulations to help businesses

Change allows non-unionized workers to be placed on a temporary leave and eligible for federal emergency income support programs.

Feature Government Manufacturing General
March 19, 2020  

Law, order, food and modernized federal SFCR regulations

Recent revisions to Canadian food and beverage regulations offer challenges and opportunities for SMEs.

News Manufacturing General
October 28, 2019  

Plain cigarette packs to hit shelves as new regulations kick in

Packaging will feature the same brown base colour, basic grey text and minimalist layout.

News Manufacturing General
July 22, 2019  

Canada mine waste prompts calls for better water protection

Want long-term water quality monitoring and to adopt a strict water quality standard for selenium.

News Aerospace Government General
June 27, 2019  

Lawsuit argues new air travel rules violate passengers’ charter rights

Rules allow tarmac delays of nearly four hours.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 30, 2019  

Alberta bill to reduce red tape hampering, business, economy

Part of a broader initiative to reduce duplication and unnecessary rules across government.

News Aerospace General
March 18, 2019  

AP Source: Justice Dept. probing development of Boeing jets

A federal grand jury in Washington, D.C., sent a subpoena to someone involved in the plane’s development seeking emails, messages and other communications.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 19, 2019  

US, China resume trade talks in Washington ahead of deadline [UPDATED]

A 10% tariff increase imposed in July on US$200 billion of Chinese goods is due to rise to 25% on March 2.

Feature Manufacturing General Technology
December 13, 2018  

Privacy breach: Reporting is mandatory. Are you ready?

What you need to know with the new provisions now in force.

News General
December 11, 2018  

Google CEO faces House grilling on breach, China censorship

Reports say Google is poised to re-enter China with a search engine that caters to Communist party censorship rules.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
November 15, 2018  

New pipelines the answer to oil price problems: Sohi

Natural Resources minister says key is building trust in regulatory processes and engaging affected parties early.

News Automotive General
November 6, 2018  

US probing whether GM SUV recall included enough vehicles

GM recalled SUVs in August of 2016 because the wipers could fail.

News Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
May 23, 2018  

Oil sands tailings pond approval terms shortened for former Shell facilities

Plans beyond the next few years do not meet the AER’s requirements and government policy.