National Day of Mourning

Posted by Corporate Communications on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Today we will lower the flags at City Hall and H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park in recognition of National Day of Mourning – April 28, 2020.

This is a day to reflect, remember, and pay our respects to the thousands of workers who have died or been injured on the job and the families they have left behind.

When you leave for work each day, you and your family expect you to return safely.

It is the responsibility of every employer and every worker to ensure this happens.

Health and Safety is a top priority for the City of Port Colborne and we ask all employers within the city to ensure it continues to be their priority too.

Today, as we remember, we renew our commitment to the promotion of healthy and safe workplaces and the prevention of future fatalities.

- Mayor Bill Steele

 
 
 

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