Labour Day in Canada is celebrated on the first Monday of September. But across the world, major demonstrations have been held in different parts of the world to mark International Workers’ Day, also known as Labor Day or Workers’ Day.
Labor Day is observed every May 1 in many countries and is marked with strikes and parades for better work condition and salaries and occasionally violent protests.
In many parts of Europe, May Day is still celebrated as the onset of spring with picnics and outdoor barbecues.
In the Philippines, an estimated 10,000 workers marched in Manila to protest against short-term employment contracts.
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