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Podcast
Jan 29, 2015

Making New York City streets safer for pedestrians

Redeye
Pedestrian and cyclist fatalities in NYC have dropped sharply since the introduction of a vigorous campaign to beef up traffic enforcement. Alana Miller explains how it was done.
Podcast
Dec 8, 2014

When domestic violence comes to work

Redeye
"Can Work Be Safe When Home Isn't?" is a new report showing the results of the first Canadian survey on the impacts of domestic violence in the workplace.
Podcast
Jan 29, 2014

Sour gas wells allowed within 100 metres of schools

Redeye
The natural gas industry is growing rapidly in B.C. Much of the gas contains dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide. A new report finds serious problems with current safety provisions.
News
May 29, 2013

Let us not forget the Bangladesh disaster

Alex S. Dorj
In this increasingly globalized world, capital flows easily from one economy to another, so it is important that social norms around the dignity of labour are also globalized.
News
Apr 19, 2012
Pipeline inspection gauges on White Island, California. Photo: EnergyTomorrow/Flickr

Canada's broken pipeline safety system

Joyce Nelson
Awash in inadequate regulation and captive regulators, how ironic and hypocritical that Harper and Joe Oliver are railing about a "hijacking of our regulatory system."
Podcast
Apr 15, 2012

# 190 - Toronto Island Airport

Living On Purpose
Concerned parents and community members are organizing for safety in Toronto Island Airport expansion
Podcast
Feb 22, 2012

Safety for cyclists

Rabbledocs
Jenna Morrison was one of two cyclists killed in Toronto. Tomas Urbina is a documentarian who has been covering the issue and he sent us this documentary on cyclist safety. Here's his doc.
Blog
Jun 23, 2010

Evidence and CCTVs: A slight return

Eric Mang
More evidence on how CCTVs are merely symbolic and do very little other than chip away at privacy and civil liberties.

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