An Ontario Ministry of Labour hearing into the workplace death of Petawawa’s Ethan Allard has been delayed until May 3.Allard, a longtime junior hockey player in the Ottawa Valley, was 24 when he died after getting tangled in a concrete hopper at a construction site in Toronto on Jan. 16, 2017.Following an investigation, the Ministry of Labour file
The Ontario Ministry of Labour has laid charges against the company that employed Ethan Allard, who died at a Toronto construction site on Jan. 16, 2017.Allard, 24, of Petawawa was killed when he became tangled up in a concrete hopper. A pump operator on a wet-mix shotcrete (sprayed concrete) job, Allard had about six months' experience on the mach
A part of Ethan Allard will always be with his brother Tyson.
Here in the Valley, the season is turning at last.