One by one the names of the 27 workers killed by workplace-related injuries or illnesses in 2017 were read out loud Saturday, in front of Regina City Hall. 536 more words
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Every day Canadians go to work to provide for their families. Unknown to many is that every year approximately 1,000 people don’t get to go home. 287 more words
Saturday, April 28 is the National Day of Mourning. It’s a time to remember those who were killed or injured on the job. In Saskatchewan, 27 people died from workplace related injuries or illnesses in 2017. 326 more words
On April 28, people from all over the country will take a moment to remember workers killed or injured on the job.
The National Day of Mourning will be marked as groups across Canada hold vigils, light candles, wear armbands, and participate in other activities to honour those who have died or suffered injuries and illnesses on the job. 228 more words
Since metal’s genesis, bands have endlessly sought to conjure the next step in the genre’s caustic evolution, consistently attempting to write something weirder, faster and/or more extreme than what has come before. 1,734 more words