May 2019


Like Cars, People Need Maintenance

Some people never lift their vehicles’ hoods until a light on the instrument panel flashes or a strange noise develops. If you are fond of sudden, expensive repairs, thi


Drug-Sniffing Dog Search & Testing Are Valid Construction Safety Measures

Hydroelectric dam construction project security officers found 6 white pills of methamphetamine in the seat pocket of the pickup truck they were searching with scent-trained

Exercise Your Heart

Exercise might help prevent sudden cardiac arrest, according to the Centers for Disease Control in the United States. Sudden cardiac arrest is different from a heart attac

Speaking Of Tobacco…

Tobacco has become a trendy ingredient for top international chefs but public health officials are choked. After years of pointing out dangers of tobacco, it has become an in

Too Long

Union Loses Termination Case because It Took Too Long to Name Arbitrator

After an employee was fired for allegedly assaulting a co-worker, the union filed a grievance the very next day. But it took the union 26 months to actually appoint the doggo


Tribunal Refuses to Whack Employee’s Addiction Discrimination Claims

An employee claimed he was bullied and forced to resign because of his drug and alcohol addiction. The company denied every charge and asked the BC Human Rights Tribunal to t

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