They made doors, gum and jerry cans. Ontario’s ‘essential’ workers in manufacturing accounted for more workplace COVID deaths than any other sector — even health care

https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2022/10/27/they-made-tile-gum-and-jerry-cans-ontarios-essential-workers-in-manufacturing-accounted-for-more-workplace-covid-deaths-than-any-other-sector-even-health-care.html

Putting the Pieces Together: A conference for and by people with pain

During National Pain Awareness Week, Pain Canada is hosting a first-of-its-kind virtual conference for and by people with pain. The Putting the Pieces Together conference will take place online from November 7-10, 2022 and aims to connect and mobilize a national community to realize our shared goal of a dramatically improved system of care and support for people with pain.
Register for free today.

Research Opportunity – Share your thoughts on the best solutions to address challenges in the future of work

Researchers from the Institute of Work and Health are asking for your participation to learn what the priorities are to protect young workers with disabilities in the future of work.

https://www.iwh.on.ca/archive/iwhnews/iwhnews_2022_09.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=iwhnews&utm_campaign=iwhnews-2022-09