Injured Workers Monument

Injured Workers Monument

About This Campaign

The Injured Workers monument is a project by the Labour Union of Brampton-Mississauga District. This monument was conceived jointly by Brampton-Mississauga District Labour Union, City of Brampton and artists Rob Moir and Sally Lawrence. The purpose of this monument is to commemorate union accomplishments, promote health and safety in the workplace and celebrate work and community. The sculpture depicts three life size welded figures of various age, gender and ethnic background working together as one to create a sacred space for healing and reflection. Please donate generously to help us reach this project's completion! It is a much needed symbol of recognition in our community. Thank you. Brampton-Mississauga District Labour Union.
District Union Council

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Our Council fights for social and economic justice in our community, working to build a healthy sustainable community by speaking out and taking action on economic, social and environmental issues. We fight for equality, pay equity, universal childcare, employment equity, protection from discrimination, harassment and violence against women, the disabled, people of colour, Aboriginal peoples, gays and lesbians and transgendered persons. Together with labour activists, coalition groups and grassroots organizations and the NDP we are working to build a stronger and more caring community.

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Injured Workers Monument

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    District Union Council

    Help us raise our goal of $22,000 to build this monument that will act as a symbol of remembrance, healing and honour for all those whom we lost to injuries on the job. May their spirit live on in the form of this monument.

    almost 5 years ago · Like