Labour Day March To Be Held On Monday

September 4, 2020 | 4 Comments

The annual Labour Day March will be held this year, the Bermuda Industrial Union has advised, with the march set to leave BIU Headquarters at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, September 7th.

A spokesperson said, “Please be advised that the Annual Labour Day March will be held this year as normal. The march will leave BIU Headquarters at 10:00 a.m. using the usual route. Speeches will be held before the march on Union Square in front of the Ottiwell A. Simmons Building beginning at 9:30 a.m.”

A look at last year’s Labour Day March:

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  1. Want the best for Bermuda says:

    We all should be marching for better education for our kids, better bus service, better trash service, better road maintenance and road side maintenance, lesser taxes, regulation of BELCO fees… lesser cost of living!!! Remember cost of living went up, up up as soon as PLP stepped in despite PROMISING to make it EASIER for us.

  2. Vortex says:

    You can march as much as you like, but we have a government in the pockets of the unions, and very happy to be there because it gets them elected.

    And we have unions that will over populate workers so our economy is shot.

    It will also be 85 degrees and dull, I’d stay home and stay safe.

  3. Colourless says:

    Education should be at the top of any speech. Promises that schools will be ready have not been kept : mould continues to thrive; insufficient and inadequate outdoor sinks for washing hands; classrooms have to house at least 18 kids when teachers were told there would be 10 in a room etc . Public school parents need to be concerned

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