Applicant determined to be CAT impaired on basis of Marked impairment – Applicant vs. Toronto Transit Commission, 2019 CanLII 101715 ON LAT -009821/AABS
The Applicant was struck by a streetcar while crossing the street as a pedestrian sustaining physical injuries. The Applicant also made claims for psychological, emotional and behavioural impairments which have resulted in concentration issues, irritability, anxiety, stress, depression, sleep issues, headaches and suicidal ideations since. He argues that he is now CAT impaired. ON this basis he sought benefits from the TTC pursuant to the Schedule.
How profitable have Canadian P&C insurers been so far this year?
Canada’s property and casualty insurers posted moderate profitability in the first nine months of 2019, but poor underwriting results and high loss ratios linger, notes an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC).
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Cannabis and driving study casts doubt on zero-tolerance limits for THC
People using a driving simulator showed no signs of impairment a day after they smoked cannabis
, though they still tested positive for THC
, its main psychoactive component, a recently-published paper says.
The family behind OxyContin pocketed $10.7 billion from Purdue Pharma. Meet the Sacklers, who built their $13 billion fortune off the controversial opioid.
The pharmaceutical company behind OxyContin spent the past decade in crisis as lawsuits over its role in the opioid crisis piled up, but the billionaire family that owns it only got richer.
LifeLabs hack: What Canadians need to know about the health data breach
A data breach at LifeLabs,
potentially affecting up to 15 million Canadians, was revealed Tuesday.
The company, which performs medical lab tests, apologized for the security breach in a statement, adding that it was first discovered several weeks ago.