Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson

Jim is currently a writer for Canadian HR Reporter and Canadian Occupational Safety. 

Jim is a professional writer with extensive experience in writing features, sports and business news, IT software manuals, and online advertisements for local and international clients in various industries. In his free time, he writes travel and sports content, goes to the gym, plays sports, and travels. He also spends a lot of time reading.

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Federal government increases investment for farm workers

Groups recognize Canada’s efforts for foreign workers

Federal government increases investment for farm workers

WorkSafe Saskatchewan announced partnership with TV personality

‘The benefits to employers who invest in sustainable psychological health and safety management systems are considerable’

WorkSafe Saskatchewan announced partnership with TV personality

Group calls for journalists’ protection following attacks

Reporter files formal complaint for assault

Group calls for journalists’ protection following attacks

Ontario launches LTC commission in time with class action

‘This class action seeks accountability from long-term care providers with regards to their mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic’

Ontario launches LTC commission in time with class action

Federal government to deliver funding to Yukon’s aviation industry

‘This ensures air carriers can continue ‘the transport of medical personnel to and from Yukon’

Federal government to deliver funding to Yukon’s aviation industry

Federal government invests to aid B.C’s technology sector

Federal government invests to aid B.C’s technology sector

Federal government invests to aid B.C’s technology sector

Federal government passes Bill C-20

‘The re-designed Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy will ensure that more Canadian workers can count on the support they need to return to work as our economy safely re-opens’

Federal government passes Bill C-20

Long-term care: Thousands sign RNAO’s action alert

‘On July 31, Premier Ford has an opportunity to make good on his promise to fix long-term care for residents’

Long-term care: Thousands sign RNAO’s action alert

Ontario hires 59 new correctional officers

New hires completed redesigned training program

Ontario hires 59 new correctional officers

Seven environmental charges laid against Suncor

Charges stem from 2018 incident

Seven environmental charges laid against Suncor