National Day of Mourning

The National Day of Mourning, held April 28 every year, is a day to remember all those who have lost their lives or suffered health consequences due to work hazards. This year, like last year, in-person events usually held by many of the Institute's partner organizations are not taking place because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the day is being marked online or via virtual events. See the Day of Mourning webpages from select organizations to find out more:

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