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Edmonton paramedic hits roadblock returning to work after PTSD treatment

WATCH ABOVE: After seeking medical help for his illness, a local paramedic is not allowed patient contact. Kendra Slugoski explains.

EDMONTON — After six years as a paramedic, David McAllister started to notice changes in his demeanour. 513 more words


How to respect safety when you are met with deadlines:

By Angela Unsworth

“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.”

~ Douglas Adams

Douglas Adams’ quote resonates with me. 448 more words

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Recap of the 2nd Annual Del Frisco's Holiday Soiree

Last night I attended the 2nd Annual Del Frisco’s Holiday Shopping Soiree hosted by The Windy City Blogger Collective. With wine glasses at your fingertips, glam stations set up around the event area and booths from local Chicago designers, it was a great night full of pampering, sipping & mingling! 186 more words


December 8, 2014

Kyla Stott-Jess of Fasken Martineua writes on HR Hero about several employment law lessons to be learned from the Ghomeshi matter. Among them? Discipline for employee’s conduct in their private lives, employers’ obligation to prevent harassment, and whether a member of a union can sue her employer: 234 more words

N.S. court hears challenge to job-related stress compensation rules

HALIFAX – Nine lawyers made their way into the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal on Friday to argue if the stress exclusion in a section of the Workers’ Compensation Act violates a man’s constitutional rights. 258 more words


Del Frisco's Holiday Shopping Soiree Hosted by Windy City Blogger 12.8.14

This upcoming Monday is Del Frisco’s 2nd Annual Holiday Shopping Soiree hosted by the Windy City Blogger Collective! The event starts at 6pm and will last until 8pm. 46 more words