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Happy Easter

With the worldwide social distancing order in place,  Easter festivities will be cancelled such as community Easter egg hunts and family gatherings. How do you celebrate Easter at home during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic?

We have some ideas:

We are all in this together #STAYHOMESTAYSAFE

CUPE 998 Executives would like to wish you and your families a Happy Easter.

Day of Mourning – April 28, 2020

April 28th once again brings us the National Day of Mourning; a day marked to reflect on the lives lost or forever changed by workplace injury and illness, and re-commit to the actions required for prevention

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The MFL has rescheduled this year’s Day of Mourning ceremony to be a Facebook Live event

Manitoba Federation of Labor President Kevin Rebeck will be hosting the Day of Mourning.

Please tune in to facebook.com/ManitobaLabour at 11 am on Tuesday, April 28 for the virtual ceremony. Mourn the Dead. Fight for the Living.

 

COVID-19 Manitoba Update 03 30 2020

THE LATEST IN MANITOBA ( as reported by the Winnipeg Free Press)

Another 24 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Manitoba, the chief provincial public health officials said Monday, bringing the total number of presumptive and confirmed cases to 96. There are four patients hospitalized, with one patient in the ICU. Two patients have recovered.

The chief provincial health officer ordered all non-critical businesses in Manitoba to close between April 1 and April 14. Restaurants can’t serve food to customers on their premises, but can offer takeout and delivery. All businesses listed as critical services may continue to operate.

Public-health inspectors, and not the police, are responsible for enforcing new public-health orders such as limits of 10 people at public gatherings.