Marijuana Unwrapped – Don’t Just Roll With It – January 25, 2017

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 9, 2016 [AYR, ON] – DriverCheck Inc. announces that it will host an educational event titled “Marijuana Unwrapped – Don’t Just Roll With It” on Wed. Jan. 25 in Milton, ON. This open-platform discussion will feature industry experts presenting about the challenges of cannabis in the workplace and the potential impact […]

One on One with Maggie Dunnett, General Manager at DriverCheck by Jeremy Thiel

(Left to right: Maggie Dunnett, Dr. Chris Page, Dr. Mary-Jean Page, Connor Page, Dianne Holmes)

October 7, 2016 [AYR, ON] – DriverCheck Inc. is proud to be celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer. To commemorate this achievement, we are running a four-part series that features the DriverCheck family as they each reflect on the past twenty years of business. In the second part of this series, we recently sat down […]

DriverCheck Celebrates its 20th Anniversary!

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August 12, 2016 [AYR, ON] – DriverCheck Inc. is proud to be celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer. To commemorate this achievement, we will be running a four-part series that features the DriverCheck family as they each reflect on the past twenty years of business. In the first part of this series, we recently sat […]

Jeremy Thiel Brand Manager DriverCheck Inc.-Biography

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About DriverCheck Inc.: Since its inception in 1996, DriverCheck Inc. (DC) has been the leading provider of medical testing and assessments in Canada. Physician-owned and operated, DC has grown to become the largest national provider of workplace medical testing, and was one of the first Third Party Administrators in Canada to offer DOT-regulated alcohol and […]

Fentanyl – A Growing Concern! by Jeremy Thiel

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Fentanyl usage is exploding across the country and is now considered an epidemic. This is a concerning trend that is spiraling out of control, especially in Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario. Overdoses. Fatalities. Gang involvement. Black market demand. In Alberta and British Columbia, fatal overdoses linked to fentanyl soared from 42 in 2012 to […]