June 1st is Injured Workers’ Day

Injured Workers' Day Poster
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On June 1st every year, injured workers and labour activists gather outside the Legislative Assembly at Queen’s Park in Toronto and in cities across the province to mark Injured Workers’ Day. We rally on this day to celebrate the gains made through united action, raise current concerns – and remind governments we cannot be ignored.

For more information, please select this hyperlink: http://injuredworkersonline.org/events/injured-workers-day/

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