2 Hours Of Video: Labour Day Speeches & March

September 8, 2015

This weekend the island celebrated Labour Day, beginning with the BIU Banquet at the Fairmont Southampton on Friday evening and continuing with the road race, speeches from Union leaders, and march on Monday. You can view of over two hours of videos from the various events below, and all our coverage of Labour Day here.

Linda Mienzer’s Labour Day Speech on Monday

Shannon James’ Labour Day Speech on Monday

Leroy Simmons’ Labour Day Speech on Monday

Ed Ball Jr’s Labour Day Speech on Monday

Rev Tweed & Chris Furbert’s speeches at Labour Day on Monday

#1 Labour Day March on Monday

#2 Labour Day March on Monday

Start of Labour Day Race on Monday

Jason Hayward’s speech at BIU Banquet on Friday

Chris Furbert’s speech at BIU Banquet on Friday

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  1. SANDGROWNAN says:

    Well, that’s a cure for insomnia right there.

  2. Build a Better Bermuda says:

    All I can say is that Chris Furbert wants nothing more than to lead a 1981, and truth or will of the unions’ membership be damned. Not surprising how he lays all the blame on the OBA for the current labour relations breakdown, but as my grandfather always said, it take to create conflict and given how many times the government has caught him out on so claims he has made he only has credibility with those who would ignore these inconvenient truths.

  3. The Truth and Nothing but the Truth !! says:

    Look,, a chick army !!

  4. Oh boy says:

    Its clear to me that the unions/plp/people’s campaign have always viaed for a political coo to oust the oba. Yet they want to stand here and say they “want to work with the government”. I am just sick of the whining. If this group does not watch it businesses will start closing up shop and leaving because of all this unecessary unrest they are creating.

    Go ahead unions/plp/people’s campaign have your cake and eat it to. When businesses leave becaise they do not want to deal with all this unrest we ALL will be out of a job. Sad what Bermuda had come to…..

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