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Asbestos-Related Cancers Cost Canada $2B Annually

Asbestos.com
Labor organizations are especially vocal. “Nobody goes to work to die,” Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) president Hassan Yussuff told The ... The CLC, which represents dozens of national and international unions, asked the government for legislation ...

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Terry Glavin: Cheer up, Canada, we have it pretty good here

National Post
By the impeccably tabulated reckoning of the Freedom House organization, the steady advance of democracy after the Soviet implosions of the late 1980s shifted into reverse gear a decade ago and it's been all systems backward ever since — or put ...


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Economic Prosperity – Trade and Competitiveness

Prime Minister of Canada (press release)
Activities will include: facilitating women's access to global value chains and participation in international trade; promoting partnerships; bolstering mentoring relationships; and facilitating networking and information sharing. The three countries ...

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Latin America the world's most dangerous place for environmental activists

MINING.com
Among the recommendations, they suggest proper law enforcement by local authorities and the ratification of International Labour Organization (ILO) convention 169, which protects indigenous people's rights to grant prior consent on projects affecting ...

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