Marked annually in Canada on April 28, the National Day of Mourning is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives, suffered injury or illness on the job, or experienced a work-related tragedy.

The National Day of Mourning is not only a day to remember and honour those lives lost or injured due to a workplace tragedy, but also a day to collectively renew our commitment to improve health and safety in the workplace and prevent further injuries, illnesses and deaths.

More than 100 countries, including Canada recognize the National Day of Mourning.  But there is still a lot to accomplish in order to improve the safety of workers.

Watch and remember. Honour all the people who have died, been injured or suffered illness at work: