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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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RCMP Apr 28
Today, we remember all those who have lost their lives, or suffered a work-related injury or illness.
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Ontario Prov Police Apr 28
On National take time to remember those killed and injured on the job and reflect on how we can prevent it from happening again
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A Widow's Awakening Apr 28
Today is the National Day of Mourning. My heart is with all the families and friends who've lost a loved one due to a workplace fatality, illness or accident. Today I honour John, my husband.
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Christo Aivalis Apr 28
No one should go to work, only to never come home. We need strong unions and legislation to protect workers, and we need real consequences for employers and managers whose neglect causes the death and injury of workers. Kill a worker, go to jail.
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JVN (Vince) Hawkes Apr 28
National is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives, or suffered injury or illness on the job or due to a work-related tragedy
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Blaine Pedersen Apr 27
It was an honour to participate in the Day of Mourning annual Leaders' Walk and ceremony in Memorial Park. On April 28 we honour those who lost their lives or were injured in the workplace. We all deserve a safe and respectful workplace. WATCH 📺
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WSIB Apr 28
Tonight, the CN Tower and the 3D TORONTO are lit up yellow in honour of .
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Tyler Meredith Apr 28
From banning asbestos, stepping up enforcement so there are real consequences for those who violate workplace standards, to addressing workplace harassment and bullying - we’ve made progress in 2 years. But there is always more to do.
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Joseph Mancinelli Apr 28
Today we remember and honour the Brothers and Sisters who tragically lost their lives, experienced an injury or work-related illness on the job. We recommit ourselves to improve workplace safety and ensure that members return home to their loved ones
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Trent Wotherspoon Apr 28
Shoulder-to-shoulder in sombre remembrance of those that lost their lives working.  Honour the dead. Fight for the living. 
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Cathy Cormier Apr 28
Remembering our colleague Billy Mallock. We will not forget. .
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Alberta Health Services Apr 28
April 28 is National Day of Mourning. Join AHS as we remember our colleagues and all those who have been injured, disabled or lost their lives while on the job.
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Linda Silas Apr 28
Honoured to lay a rose on behalf Canada’s nurses on this
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Sex Work Law Reform Apr 28
This should include who are targeted for violence at work or injured at work & who currently have no recourse or mechanisms to address lack of safety.
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Brian Pincott Apr 28
memorial at City Hall. Flags at half staff & each of the 166 hard hats represent a worker who died because of the workplace. We must all do better.
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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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Nova Scotia Legislature Apr 28
Our flags are at half-mast to mark the for Persons Killed or Injured in the Workplace.
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WorkSafeNB Apr 28
In 2017, seven New Brunswick workers died in workplace accidents and another eight died from illnesses from previous years. Join us in remembering them today, on the Day of Mourning.
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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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