In The Line Of Duty: Workplace Fatalities & Injuries

Almost every day in Ontario a worker is killed on the job. Across Canada, 934 people are killed at work every year. Another 400,000 are injured on the job — and that’s only those incidents reported and accepted by Worker’s Compensation Boards across the country. Everyone agrees the real numbers are likely significantly higher.

For Shirley Hickman it was an event that not only changed her life forever, but gave her a mission which she has passionately pursued for almost eight years.

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