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Ontario At Work Apr 28
Today is April 28. Every year, we pay our respects to, and remember, the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness as a result of work-related incidents. Today is the :
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Jagmeet Singh Apr 28
Today and every day, let’s recommit ourselves to building a society, and an economy, where every worker is safe when they head to work, and ensure they arrive home safely at the end of their day
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Marco Mendicino Apr 28
Honouring all Italian-Canadians who sacrificed their lives building this country up during the Italian Fallen Workers Memorial ceremony. In their memory, we dedicate ourselves to improving workplace safety and injury prevention.
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Lidia Thorpe Jul 2
Today is the first day of & while it’s a week filled with festivities, it's origins are rooted in protest for our people’s rights & against Australia Day. This week let’s continue our old people’s call for justice & for our not just celebration.
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Mike Holmes Apr 28
Today is , a day to remember those who have been injured or lost their lives due to a tragedy at the workplace. Last year we lost 227 people - let’s remember and honour them.
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Canadian Coast Guard Apr 28
We remember and honour those who have lost their lives, or have been injured, due to a workplace tragedy. The Canadian Coast Guard is committed to improving health and safety in the workplace, to prevent further deaths, injuries, and illnesses.
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Barrie Police Apr 28
Today, April 28th, is National . A day we remember those who did not make it home at the end of shift or who have been injured on the job. Today we commit to doing all we can to ensure healthy & safe workplaces for the future.
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WGAR News👣 #AboriginalRights AltMediaMonitor Sep 28
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Patty Hajdu Apr 28
On National , we pay tribute to workers who have lost their lives or been injured on the job, and renew our commitment to preventing further tragedies
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BC Government News Apr 28
BC Minister of Labour, Harry Bains, shares his thoughts on the National for workers who died as a result of workplace injury or disease. "Together we can and must commit to safer and healthier workplaces".
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Cherisse Buzzacott Jul 4
Our old people had to overcome significant difficulties while living entire lives in church missions & government reserves but they marched in the streets for equality and justice, & they leave a legacy that will be forever remembered.
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CTV Kitchener Apr 28
227 workers in Ontario died on the job in 2017, and today they’re being remembered on National . explains:
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Peel District School Board Apr 28
Today on National , we remember those who lost their lives, were injured, or suffered an illness due to workplace incidents. We will always be committed to providing a healthy and safe learning and working environment for our staff, students and everyone we serve.
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Mike Holmes Jr Apr 28
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Cherisse Buzzacott Jun 28
NAIDOC holds special significance to me as it continues the vision of our old people and of my Uncle William Cooper and my grandfather, the late Pastor Sir Doug Nicholls
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Katrina Chen Apr 28
Many gathered at recognizing the National . This is a time to honour friends and workers & to pay tribute to those who have died or injured on the job. We need to keep working hard to provide workers the protections and resources that they need.
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Steve Fox Apr 28
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Kristyn Wong-Tam Apr 28
Empty streetcar representing workers injured and killed not making it home is a very powerful symbol.
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