Tomorrow is Canada Day, a time to celebrate the heritage passed down to us.
This year, Canadians are celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Celebrations will be bigger than ever as there will be major events in 19 Canadian cities in addition to the many festivities taking place in various communities from coast to coast.
Click here to find out what activities are going on in your region and across the country.
“Canada Day is a time to celebrate our culture, heritage, and values. It’s an opportunity to gather in our communities to proudly celebrate all that we have in common,” said National President Lee Riggs. “As we celebrate Canada’s 150th, we have every reason to show our pride in being Canadian and look forward to our future with hope, optimism and enthusiasm.”
We hope our members have a great long weekend, and please celebrate responsibly.
The Telecommunications Workers Union, United Steelworkers National Local 1944