Labour Day History
Labour Day is celebrated annually on the fourth Monday of October. Labour Day was first celebrated on October 1890 when trade union members and supporters attended parades and events. 28 October marked the first anniversary of the Maritime Council which supported transport and mining union. In 1899, the government declared that Labour day would be a statutory public holiday to be held on the second Wednesday of October.
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