The Nova Scotia Government is increasing its jaywalking fine to $697.50 (http://www NULL.huffingtonpost NULL.ca/2015/12/07/proposed-big-boost-to-jaywalking-fine-in-nova-scotia-heavily-criticized_n_8741682 NULL.html). When the recently introduced law amendment gets passed, crossing the street in the wrong manner will attract a bigger fine than driving impaired, which is
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Incredibly, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are not washing their hands enough at work. (http://www NULL.canada NULL.com/story NULL.html?id=690b7020-b778-4996-ba58-2b229d08d69c) Several studies across Canada (http://www NULL.winnipegfreepress NULL.com/arts-and-life/life/health/interactive-handwashing-compliance-in-winnipeg-personal-care-homes-160044435 NULL.html) have found that medical professionals are not meeting the requirements of hand-washing protocols
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