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The median total fine for employers violating occupational health and safety laws related to workplace fatalities totaled $275,000 Canada ($214,054) in Canadian province Alberta, CBC News reported. The fine includes all court-imposed payments for all parties. The figure is thrice as high as the median fine of CAD 97,500 for the country as a whole. Data from the Association of Workers Compensation Boards of Canada showed that 468 acute workplace fatalities occurred in Alberta from 2010 to 2015.