National Day of Mourning, April 28
We remember workers who have died, were injured, or became ill from their job.
We commit to protecting workers and preventing further workplace tragedies.
In 2021, 20 workers lost their lives due to workplace accidents/illness.
The ceremony in Halifax will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Nova Scotia Legislature (Province House) outside grounds. Wreath laying invited.
Threads of Life will be holding an online ceremony at 11:00 am AST. Click here to register.
Follow these links for more information:
- Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
- Day of Mourning
- Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. Take action to prevent injuries at your workplace. To find out how visit worksafeforlife.ca
- Canadian Labour Congress Workplace Health & Safety
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