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Eighty-four per cent say police should arrest those suspected of driving high.
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In Alberta, many of the oil patch companies have taken full advantage of this right by testing oil workers (and even contractors) for drugs such as cocaine and marijuana on a regular basis. All of this begs the question: why do employers require drug and alcohol testing in the first place?
The history of research, including research in Canada, shows that very serious harms may be suffered by persons taking part in research. The rules are not perfect, and they continue to be refined when tragedies do occur, but prior review and oversight has proved a powerful corrective to make research safer for human subjects. The problem is that these research protections don't apply to everyone doing research on people in Canada -- and they should.
EDMONTON - Alberta's top court has dismissed an appeal by Suncor Energy over its plan to randomly test thousands of its oilsands workers for drugs and alcohol.Last October, the Communications, Energy...
If you work at ESPN, CBS, The Huffington Post, TSN, Sportsnet, FOX Sports, CBC, BCC, Some French Television Station Whose Sole Goal in Life is to Tarnish American Superstars, Al-Jazeera, or any other credible mainstream news organization, your goal is not to speculate over whether Lance Armstrong is guilty or not. It's to report the facts.
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On the heels of cyclist Frank Schleck's positive test for a diuretic at the Tour de France and his subsequent explanation that he was poisoned by an unknown person, we'd like to present other memorabl...
VANCOUVER - Crews aboard Canadian Pacific Railway trains will face new drug tests and have been handed tighter restrictions around cellphone use after marijuana and personal calls were implicated in a...