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Area Resident Will Pause to Remember Tomorrow Night.


April 28th is recognized as a National Day of Mourning.  United Steelworkers Local 7106 Health and Safety Rep Ken Bateman explains the day is recognized in over 100 countries as the day to remember those employees that went to work and didn’t have an opportunity to come back and be with their families due to the fact that they’re either seriously injured or killed at work adding once again they take safety as their number one priority.                       


Bateman adds this year marks a special remembrance as May 9th is the 25th anniversary of the Westray Mine explosion in Nova Scotia. You’re invited to the ceremony at 7:30 tomorrow night at the Steelworkers monument in Flin Flon across from the Gateway followed by a gathering at the Steelworkers Hall and at the Miner’s Cenotaph in Snow Lake at 7:30 as well.



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