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National Day of Mourning 2020

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The National Day of Mourning takes place on April 28 each year and is a day to pay our respects and remember the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness as a result of work-related incidents. We also honour the many families and friends who have been impacted by these tragedies. Every worker has the right to return home safely at the end of each work day. 

You can join today’s Toronto Labour Council online event.

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March for black students. Downtown. Nathan Phillips to Queens Park.

Today my friends and allies in labour marched in support of Black students. We marched for their present and future in education. Let’s work together to dismantle anti-Black racism in our education system. #EnoughIsEnough #MarchforBlackStudents

#blackstudentsmatter we are marching!

Educators, education workers and parents are in the streets of Toronto today to demand justice for Black students in our public schools #onted #onpoli #marchforBlackstudents