At a time when many Canadian families continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, we also remember and honour those colleagues, friends and family members who have died, sustained injuries or suffered illness due to workplace related incidents and hazards. Annually, on April 28, Canadians mark the National Day of Mourning, not only to remember, but also to renew a commitment to improving workplace health and safety, and to preventing further illnesses, injuries and deaths. The flags on Carleton’s campus will fly at half-mast, as will the Canadian flags on Parliament Hill and on all federal government buildings. Today, the Day of Mourning is marked in more than 100 countries around the world. Now, more than ever, we all need to do our part to keep ourselves, and others safe.