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  • Ontario Working to Close Gender Wage Gap

    Ontario is continuing its work to close the gender wage gap and support higher participation for women in the workforce by establishing a working group to help guide the province's action plan to close the gap.

    News Release | Labour

  • Auto Parts Manufacturer Fined $80,000 After Worker Injury in Guelph

    GUELPH, ON - Auto parts manufacturer Linergy Manufacturing Inc., carrying on business as LPP Manufacturing, pleaded guilty and has been fined $80,000 after a worker was injured while handling machinery that was still connected to power.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

  • Elevator Company Fined $80,000 After Worker Falls

    CALEDON, ON - An elevator company pleaded guilty and was fined $80,000 after a worker suffered injuries and was airlifted to hospital for treatment. The incident took place at United Hoist Equipment Ltd.'s office and storage facility located at 106 Commercial Road in Bolton. The company is in the business of providing personal and material elevators for the construction industry.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

  • Injury at Vegetable Processing Facility Results in $80,000 Fine

    WINDSOR, ON - Bonduelle Canada Inc., which owns and operates a vegetable processing facility in southwestern Ontario, pleaded guilty and was fined $80,000 after a worker was critically injured while cleaning a conveyor belt.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

  • Roofing Company Proprietor Receives Fine, Jail Term After Worker Falls

    GODERICH, ON - The proprietor of a London-area roofing company has been sentenced to three days in jail and a fine of $5,000 after attempting to deceive a Ministry of Labour safety inspector following a worker's fall from a roof.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

  • Worker's Critical Injury Results in $54,500 Fine For Food Processor

    SIMCOE, ON - Southcoast IQF Inc., a company that operates a vegetable processing, freezing and packaging facility in southwestern Ontario, pleaded guilty and was fined $54,500 after a worker received a critical injury from the cutting blades of a dicer.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

  • Critical Injuries to Worker in Thorold Result in $75,000 Fine

    ST. CATHARINES, ON - TSP Canada Towers Inc., a company that manufactures wind turbines and towers, pleaded guilty and was fined $75,000 after a worker was critically injured when a one-ton structural steel ring fell from a storage rack.

    Court Bulletin | Labour

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