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  • On April 28, 2015, we gather with fellow workers, friends and family members to remember our brothers and sisters killed or injured on the job, and to re-commit to making our workplaces safer for everyone.  Ceremonies will be held to commemorate the Day of Mourning.  See poster attached for more information and locations in Nova Scotia.

  • April 28 is a Day of Mourning for thousands of Canadian workers who are killed or injured on the job each year, or who die from work-related diseases. This day provides an opportunity for the labour movement to remember these workers in public events.  See poster attached for more information and locations.

  • April 28 is a Day of Mourning for thousands of Canadian workers who are killed or injured on the job each year, or who die from work-related diseases. This day provides an opportunity for the labour movement to remember these workers in public events.  See poster attached for more information and locations.

  • April 28 is a Day of Mourning for thousands of Canadian workers who are killed or injured on the job each year, or who die from work-related diseases. This day provides an opportunity for the labour movement to remember these workers in public events.  See poster attached for more information and locations.

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