Cervical, ovarian, and penile cancers are now presumed to be occupational diseases, retroactive to January 1, 1960.

Cervical, ovarian, and penile cancers are now presumed to be occupational diseases, retroactive to January 1, 1960.

Today in Cambridge, President Rob Hyndman EVP Mark Train watched as Labour Minister Kevin Flynn announced additional presumptive WSIB coverage for cervical, ovarian, and penile cancers.

The addition of these cancers to the list of 14 other cancers presumed to have been caused by exposure to dangerous chemicals while at work, fighting fires means that fire fighters and their families can focus on getting the care and treatment they need instead of navigating WSIB bureaucracy.