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QUIZ: How much do you really know about work and labour

The Labour Day weekend, in early September, is a time to celebrate workers

Labour Day is held on the first Monday of September to celebrate the achievements of workers.

In Canada, Labour Day has been observed since the 1880s, although its origins are earlier.

In recognition of the day and workers, here are a few questions about labour in workplaces and in popular culture. How many of these 12 questions can you answer correctly?

Good luck.


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Coordinator Susan Short displays the proper form of DNA swabbing during the Forensic Nursing 20th anniversary earlier this month. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News) Coordinator Susan Short displays the proper form of DNA swabbing during the Forensic Nursing 20th anniversary earlier this month. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

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