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The History behind April 28th, Canada’s National Day of Mourning

This post was writ­ten by Dorothy Wig­more, Occu­pa­tion­al health and green chem­istry spe­cial­ist, from Win­nipeg, Man­itoba, and a mem­ber of the Amer­ic­an Pub­lic Health Asso­ci­ation (APHA). The art­icle was ori­gin­ally pub­lished in the Spring 2010 Occu­pa­tion­al Health and… 

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National Day of Mourning

Today is the 28th of April, the Nation­al Day of Mourn­ing for Work­ers Killed at Work. Each year in Canada work­ers, employ­ers and cit­izens gath­er to pay their respects to people… 

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