APRIL 28 DAY of MOURNING for workers killed on the job

Click on the image to see calendar of DOM ceremonies in the Niagara Region.

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On April 28, workers, their families and many others gather in memory of those who have died as a result of work and many more whose lives and livelihoods are forever impacted by hazardous working conditions. A National Day of Mourning was first recognized by the Canadian Labour Congress in 1984 to raise public awareness of worker injury, illness and death. More than 100 countries now observe a Day of Mourning.(http://bit.ly/1UAtgvH)

A PDF of Niagara DOM ceremonies is here.