Employers who help casual workers find meaning on the job may have an easier time retaining them, according to a new University of Waterloo study.
Larger cities and travel centres saw significant bed bug sightings in 2019, according to Orkin Canada’s third annual list of top bed bug cities.
Canadian universities are celebrating their recent standings in the 2019 UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, which measure campus sustainability.
A team of toxicologists at the University of Saskatchewan have discovered that chemicals used in smartphone and computer displays are potentially toxic.
Researchers at McMaster University have made a self-cleaning surface that can repel all forms of bacteria, preventing the transfer of superbugs.
Hamilton is placing disposal containers for sharps waste in select locations around the city to help reduce the number of improperly discarded needles.
Jansan company founders should ask themselves these questions when deciding what time is right to retire from the industry.
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Expressly stated requirements for rainwater harvesting should simplify protocol for attaining permits and would align with the National Plumbing Code's water efficiency objective.
Research is the first to use chicken embryos as a comprehensive model system for testing environmental toxins like crumb rubber.
Microorganisms growing inside aging buildings and infrastructure are more than just a health issue, according to new research.
Saskatchewan is rolling out a three-year strategy to reduce the number of serious workplace injuries and fatalities in four key areas.
UBC Vancouver will soon have less garbage to clean up across its campus.
New Sudbury Centre, the largest shopping centre in Northern Ontario, was recently celebrated for its many sustainable achievements.
The Embodied Carbon in Construction Calculator (EC3) tool is a first that allows the building industry to analyze embodied carbon emissions of materials.
Health inspectors report more rat complaints in apartments and private homes across the country.
The Alberta government is increasing skilled trades funding to provide young people more opportunities to explore trades careers.