Day of Mourning 2018: April 28 Events
DAY OF MOURNING
Remembering workers injured or killed on the job; committing to keeping each other safe.
The Labour Councils around the province have organized the following events. We encourage all members to support and attend the event in your area.
Estevan & District Labour Committee –Ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 28th in front of the Court House (1016 4th Street) in Estevan at 3:00pm. For information contact Chris Mack at 306-421-1222.
Moose Jaw & District Labour Council – Ceremony will take place Saturday, April 28 at 2:00 PM at the Moose Jaw Union Centre 1402 Caribou St. W. Weather permitting, we will be outside at our Day of Mourning Cairn but in case of inclement weather, it will be held inside the building. Refreshments to follow. For more details, please contact Stacey Landin at [email protected]
North Battleford & District Labour Council – No information available at this time.
Prince Albert & District Labour Council – No information available at this time.
Regina & District Labour Council – The observance will take place at 11:00 am. on Saturday, April 28th at Queen Elizabeth II Court, Regina City Hall (2476 Victoria Ave). The ceremony will be followed by a luncheon at the Regina Union Centre, (2709 12th Ave). For further information, contact President Ken Kubian at 306-949-3705 or email [email protected]
Saskatoon & District Labour Council – Ceremony will take place Saturday, April 28th at 2:00pm at the Francis Morrison Library (311 – 23rd St East). A wreath Laying will follow at the Cairn located outside of Saskatoon City Hall. Contact Kelly Harrington, President at 306-227-2614 for more information.
Weyburn & District Labour Council – Ceremony will take place Saturday, April 28th at 11:00 am at the T.C. Douglas Cavalry Centre (400 10th Avenue SE). Contact Wanda Bartlett at 306-861-9100 for more information.
Yorkton & District Labour Council – Ceremony will take place Saturday, April 28th -11:00 a.m. at 180 Broadway Street West (front lawn). Contact Maryann Federko 306-621-8948 for more information.