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I’m Fine, Thanks – Virtual Opportunities to Support Mental Health

As some organizations prepare to re-open and others prepare to remain closed or work remotely for the long haul, mental health continues to be a very real and timely concern.  According to data from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with Maru/Matchbox, the majority of Canadians when asked “how are you?” will rely […]

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Return to Work Interrupted

Having a robust return to work plan is in the best interest of both the employer and the injured worker. Studies have shown that the likelihood of a worker returning to full-time meaningful employment increases when their employer provides them with modified duties and tasks that are possible within their restrictions. Now, this applies during […]

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Cautiously Moving Forward – A Plan to Reopen Saskatchewan

For the last week or so there has been much speculation over what the upcoming plan to reopen Saskatchewan would look like. On Thursday, April 23rd Scott Moe, the Premier of Saskatchewan, along with Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab gave some insight into what the residents of Saskatchewan can expect to see […]

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