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Published on Thu, 07/09/2020 by Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA)

Canadian Agricultural Safety Association Executive Director, Marcel Hacault, announces retirement

Canadian Agricultural Safety Association Executive Director, Marcel Hacault, announces retirement

CASA Board commends Hacault on years of service

“CASA has evolved into an organization that works with both provincial safety groups and private industry. Marcel has been a great ambassador for agricultural health and safety.”

Winnipeg, MB –/COMMUNITYWIRE/– After leading the team at the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) for the past 16 years, Marcel Hacault has notified the Board of Directors of his plans to retire March 2021.

The CASA Board will immediately undertake a search for Hacault's replacement.

Published on Thu, 06/25/2020 by Bayshore Healthcare

In-Home Seniors Healthcare Is The Safer Alternative Especially During COVID-19 Pandemic

In-Home Seniors Healthcare Is The Safer Alternative Especially During COVID-19 Pandemic

Statistics show dramatically lower COVID-19 cases for persons receiving healthcare in their own homes

"Our seniors deserve the dignity of staying in their own homes with excellent reliable care. Tragically, COVID-19 has proven that home care isn’t just a better experience, with this disease, it has vastly better health outcomes."

TORONTO, June 25, 2020 —/COMMUNITYWIRE/— COVID-19 has no doubt taken a toll on society and the way Canadians live but no other demographic has been harder hit than those over 75 years, our seniors.

Published on Wed, 06/17/2020 by Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA)

Keeping Kids Safe on the Farm as Important as Ever

Keeping Kids Safe on the Farm as Important as Ever

Communities are encouraged to complete applications to host a 2021 Safety Day Event.

In lieu of in-person Safety Days, both the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) and the Progressive Agriculture Foundation (PAF) have made available resources for rural children.

WINNIPEG, MB, June 17, 2020 —/COMMUNITYWIRE/— Since 2002, more than 157,000 children have participated in Progressive Agriculture Safety Day® events in Canada. The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has been working with the Progressive Agriculture Foundation (PAF) to support volunteers that host these community-based Safety Days.

LTC residents with COVID-19 should get hospital care and health staff better protection say Hamilton/Niagara residents polled

LTC residents with COVID-19 should get hospital care and health staff better protection say Hamilton/Niagara residents polled

        

What do Hamilton/Niagara residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Wednesday

What do Hamilton/Niagara residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Wednesday

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06/03/2020 @ 11:00 AM
Ontario

 

 

 

        

What do Ottawa and Cornwall residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Tuesday

What do Ottawa and Cornwall residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Tuesday

Event Information

06/02/2020 @ 11:00 AM
Ontario

 

 

 

        

LTC residents with COVID-19 should get hospital care & health staff better protection say south central Ontario residents polled

LTC residents with COVID-19 should get hospital care & health staff better protection say south central Ontario residents polled

        

What do Peterborough/Lindsay residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Monday

What do Peterborough/Lindsay residents think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Monday

Event Information

06/01/2020 @ 1:00 PM
Ontario

 

 

 

        

What do residents in south central Ontario think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Monday

What do residents in south central Ontario think about province’s response to COVID-19? Poll released Monday

        

What do Sudbury and North Bay residents think about provincial response to COVID-19? Poll released Wednesday

What do Sudbury and North Bay residents think about provincial response to COVID-19? Poll released Wednesday

        

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