Ontario should mirror B.C.’s safety model (Guest commentary)

Bill 160 takes prevention out of hands of WSIB – and that’s a mistake

On Dec. 24, 2009, four migrant workers fell 13 stories to their death when the scaffolding they were working on collapsed in Toronto. A fifth worker, who had been using a proper body harness, survived but suffered a broken spine and fractured both legs.

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