On Tuesday, April 28, flags at all City of Saint John facilities,
including City Hall will be lowered to half-mast in recognition of the National
Day of Mourning, commemorating workers whose lives have been lost or injured in
The City of Saint John, the Saint John Fire Department and the Saint John
Police Force will join Worksafe NB and the New Brunswick Federation of Labour
at an official public ceremony at the Day of Mourning Monument at the W.
Franklin Hatheway Labour Exhibit Centre in Rockwood Park at 12:00 p.m.
Individuals and organizations are encouraged to participate in the
The National Day of Mourning is held annually on April 28, and was officially
recognized by the federal government in 1991, eight years after it was launched
by the Canadian Labour Congress.
For more information on the Day of Mourning, and commemorative ceremonies
across New Brunswick, visit www.worksafenb.ca.