National Day of Mourning
We encourage all New Brunswickers to take a moment of April 28th to remember those lives that were needlessly lost.
In 1984, the Canadian Labour Congress established April 28th as a day for workers and employers to remember those workers who have died and/or have been injured, and to reinforce their commitment to workplace health and safety. April 28, known as the Day of Mourning, is observed across Canada and recognized in more than 100 countries worldwide.
Your leadership and commitment to safety are vital to ensure every New Brunswicker safely returns to their family each and every day.
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