An Alberta judge offers recommendations on agriculture safety training and annual equipment checks following a death in 2014, the City of Vancouver is proposing that restaurants list drink sizes and alcohol strength in menus, and the Canadian loonie nears 77 cents U.S.. These are the stories we’re following this week:
- An Alberta judge recommends mandatory agriculture safety training and annual equipment checks following the death of a worker who was pulled into an unshielded driveshaft machine in 2014. Via CTV News
- The City of Vancouver proposes liquor establishments list drink sizes and alcohol strengths on their menus as part of the city’s liquor policy review proposal. Via CBC News
- The Canadian loonie nears 77 cents U.S. after Governor Stephen Poloz comments on Canada’s economic growth in a recent interview. Via The Globe and Mail
- Just one month after the global WannaCry ransomware attack, a new outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software is causing mass disruption across the world. Via Canadian Underwriter
- Amazon’s rapid global expansion of their Amazon Prime service is becoming a pressing threat for Canadian retailers. Via Financial Post
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