About 60 people came out to the Day of Mourning ceremony at Red Deer City hall Monday morning. Attendees paid their respects with a moment of silence to remember those who died or were injured in work-related incidents. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

Red Deer remembers those who died in work place incidents

About 60 people gathered at Red Deer City Hall on Monday for the Day of Mourning.

The ceremony remembered 162 employees – those who were injured, disabled or died in work-related incidents.



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Red Deer and District Labour Council representative Karen Reay lays a wreath at Red Deer City hall during the Day of Mourning ceremony. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

About 60 people came out to the Day of Mourning ceremony at Red Deer City hall Monday morning. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

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