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Rob Zver, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 606 president, speaks to a crowd of about 50 observers of the Day of Mourning.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Rob Zver, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 606 president, speaks to a crowd of about 50 observers of the Day of Mourning.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Rob Zver, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 606 president, speaks to a crowd of about 50 observers of the Day of Mourning.

The observance held Monday at Waterfront Pioneer Plaza remembered workers killed and injured in 2013 and featured speakers who called for workers to focus on improving safety on the job for themselves and co-workers and report dangerous conditions at work.

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