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U.S. Prosecutors Expected to Stay Tough on Environmental Crime: Former Officials
Corporate officials will still face the threat of jail time should they get caught committing environmental crimes, despite President Donald Trump’s friendlier tone toward business, several former Justice Department officials tell...
4/7/2017 | Full Story

SaskPower supervisor fined total of $20,000 after worker electrocuted
A supervisor with SaskPower in Saskatchewan was fined a total of $20,000, plus a total surcharge of $8,000, after a worker was electrocuted. 
3/29/2017 | Full Story

Hydroform Solutions fined $75,000 after transfer bar falls on worker
Martinrea International Inc., carrying on business as Hydroform Solutions, of Vaughan, Ontario was fined $75,000, plus a 25% victim surcharge, after falling machinery seriously injures worker.
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