Canadian Occupational Safety: Ontario miners exposed to aluminum dust still fighting for justice
“Janice Martell‘s father died from Parkinson’s disease after being exposed to aluminum dust in a uranium mine in Ontario. It took the family nine years to get the WISB to acknowledge the link between them, by which time Hobbs had passed away. It was a devastating period for his loved ones.
Stung by the sense of injustice, and a horrendous feeling of isolation for her family, Martell has come together with other Ontario advocates under the Occupational Disease Reform Alliance (ODRA) to try to force change.”
Article: Ontario miners exposed to aluminum dust still fighting for justice
Author: Maia Foulis
Date: November 9, 2021