Day of Mourning Commemoration

April 28 is the National Day of Mourning, when we remember the workers who have been killed, injured or made ill by their work. This year, we aren't able to gather in person because of the ongoing pandemic — but we can still be together in grief and solidarity.

How you can join in observing the Day of Mourning

Join the commemoration

Please join us on Tuesday, April 28 for a virtual Day of Mourning commemoration at DayOfMourning.bc.ca. The event begins at 10:30 am.

Observe a minute of silence

At exactly 11:00 am on Tuesday, join us in a minute of silence to remember and reflect.

Change your profile picture on social networks

Here's a profile picture you can use to show you're observing the Day of Mourning. (Here are instructions for changing your picture on Twitter and Facebook.)

Remember the dead. Fight for the living.

Or if you'd prefer, you can add a frame to your Facebook picture.

Share these images to spread the word

April 28 Day of Mourning for workers killed, injured or made ill by their work

April 28 Day of Mourning for workers killed, injured or made ill by their work

April 28 Day of Mourning for workers killed, injured or made ill by their work

Use our cover images on Facebook and Twitter

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 10:30 to 13:00
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