28th April 2022 National Day of Mourning


Sisters and Brothers,

Toronto Local mourns for all the workers who have sustained injuries including loss of life in all the job sectors. As we ensure that Canada Post must provide safe working conditions and environment to our workers, we will never stop this fight.

The true numbers of job-related fatalities are dramatically underreported and fail to reflect thousands of deaths — such as workers exempt from coverage, stress-induced suicides, commuting fatalities and occupational disease linked back to the workplace environment.

Please take a moment of silence at 11 am on 28th April 2022 to reflect upon all the sisters and brothers who have sustained injuries including mental stress and loss of life on this national day of mourning.

An Injury to one is an injury all.

In Solidarity,


Qaiser Maroof


CUPW Toronto Local

11th April, 2022

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