Waterloo Region Record: Retired Waterloo rubber worker calls WSIB cancer compensation ‘an insult’

“Gerry Doucette beat the odds and convinced Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board that his cancer was related to the 33 years he worked in a Kitchener rubber plant. But Doucette hardly feels lucky. This month, the WSIB told him what they think his colon cancer is worth — a one-time lump sum of $2,999.”

Article: Retired Waterloo rubber worker calls WSIB cancer compensation ‘an insult’
Author: Greg Mercer
Date: April 24, 2019