Holly McKenzie-Sutter, The Canadian Press Published Monday, February 22, 2021 3:10PM EST TORONTO – Ontario labour inspectors are homing in on warehouses and distribution centres, but the site of a major workplace COVID-19 outbreak isn’t included in the ongoing inspections: Canada Post. More than 300 employees at the postal service’s
TORONTO — The next phase of the Ontario’s workplace “inspection blitz” will focus on warehouses and distribution centres in Peel Region, where the sector has been hit with COVID-19 outbreaks. Labour Minister Monte McNaughton says site visits began today. Inspections will focus on adherence to pandemic safety plans, looking at
The Ontario government must conduct more proactive inspections of its long-term care homes and follow up with harsher enforcement measures when homes fail to address concerns, the province’s commission on COVID-19 in long-term care said Friday. As part of its second interim report, the three-person commission says the province must
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario plans to “increase inspections” at licensed establishments in Toronto this weekend after two King Street restaurants were allegedly caught not properly following the province’s emergency orders in recent weeks. In a tweet, the AGCO said it will be “teaming up” with police and
Shawn Jeffords, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, December 5, 2019 7:19PM EST TORONTO – As many as 10,000 unsafe commercial vehicles have been allowed to operate on Ontario’s roads because of a drop in the number of government inspections, the province’s auditor general said this week in her annual report.
Streetcars are back running on Queen Street today, nearly 72 hours after they were pulled from the route over concerns about damage that mysteriously appeared in more than two dozen of the vehicles. The TTC made the decision to replace streetcars with buses on its 501 and 508 routes at
Allison Jones, The Canadian Press Published Monday, February 4, 2019 11:32AM EST Last Updated Monday, February 4, 2019 3:09PM EST TORONTO – Ontario’s health minister was forced to make assurances Monday that long-term care inspections and the province’s air ambulance service will not be privatized, as leaked documents appear