On April 28th, injured workers are demanding a compensation system that treats them with fairness, dignity and provides for means to go on living in the midst of struggle, pain and economic loss.
April 28 Day of Mourning for Dead and Injured Workers
On This Day
On April 28th we commemorate lives lost at work, and fight like hell for the living
On April 28, the Day of Mourning for workers killed or injured on the job, CUPE is renewing its call for a comprehensive ban on asbestos in Canada.
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It appears that the agency tasked with compensating workplace victims is trying to erase 1,150 fallen workers out of existence. Why?
On April 28, we mourn the thousands of workers killed or injured at work each year. An average of four workers die each day in Canada. And, that number is steadily rising.
Apr 28, 2015
High Park (south side), across from High Park Avenue
1875 Bloor Street W.Toronto
Canada43° 39' 12.5424" N, 79° 27' 55.1088" W
Ceremony to commemorate workers who have died or been severely injured due to workplace accidents.
In Sarnia ON, there are myriad stories of people dying for living. Sandra Kinart knows one of those stories. It is written on her broken heart.
On Monday, workers gathered in downtown Toronto to reflect, remember and honour those who have died or been injured on the job.
On the National Day of Mourning remember not just the 100 workers on the monument on Front Street. But the hundreds of thousands of workers who have died and the hundreds more who will.