HAMILTON, ON, Nov. 7, 2012 /CNW/ - U. S. Steel Canada will be unveiling a refurbished Cenotaph on the grounds of its Hamilton Works plant as part of the company's annual Remembrance Day ceremony.
The Cenotaph, erected in 1959, commemorates the significant role played by Canadian Steel workers and their families during the First World War, Second World War and Korean War.
In addition to Veterans, steel workers and their families, Lisa Raitt, the Minister of Labour, will be in attendance to deliver remarks and lay a wreath on behalf of the Government of Canada.
Details are as follows:
Remembrance Day Ceremony
|WHEN:||Friday, November 9, 2012 10:30 A.M.|
|WHERE:||Cenotaph Grounds across from 386 Wilcox Street, Hamilton, Ontario|
U. S. Steel Canada, employs over 2,300 people at two integrated steel making operations located in Hamilton and Nanticoke, Ontario that service the energy, automotive, appliance and construction markets. U. S. Steel Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of United States Steel Corporation, one of the world's largest steel producers employing more than 40,000 people around the globe and capable of producing more than 30 million tons of steel each year.
SOURCE: U.S. Steel Canada Inc.
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