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National Day of Mourning honours workers who died or were injured on the job

A minute of silence will be observed around the province today to honour the workers who lost their lives or were injured in the workplace. 232 more words


OFL accuses WSIB of covering up 1,150 deaths

TORONTO – The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) is accusing the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) of covering up 1,150 work-related fatalities over a nine-year period. 249 more words


National Day of Mourning

Tuesday, April 28 is National Day of Mourning. This is the day when we remember and reflect on those who have lost their lives on the job or have suffered injury or illness in their workplace. 425 more words


Day of Mourning remembers workers killed, injured

By Cheryl Vigh-Basden

Special to The Star

Windsor-Essex County is not exempt from workplace tragedy. Many local families and friends have suffered the tragic loss of loved ones due to workplace injury causing death. 953 more words

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Young workers vulnerable

Their first employment experience should be a positive, safe one. However, young Canadian workers are the most vulnerable in regards to Employment Standards discrepancies and occupational injury. 109 more words

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Ceremony set for Tuesday

Every worker, past and present, in Windsor-Essex County is invited to participate in the local observance of the National Day of Mourning Tuesday, April 28 at 5 p.m. 283 more words

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Injured workers support group

The Injured Workers’ Coalition of Windsor/Essex County holds meetings every third Wednesday of the month at the OHCOW building at 3129 Marentette at 4:30 to support each other. 32 more words

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