100 Workers,
aka WSIB (Workplace Safety and Insurance Board) Simcoe Park Workers Monument,
a monument commemorating the workers of Ontario who died in the workplace,
by John Scott and Stewart H. Pollock.

Located downtown on Front Street between Simcoe and John.

low brown granite wall with large brass lettering on the front that says "100 workers".  Along the top of the wall are plaques with names of people who died in the workplace between 1901 and 1999.  The name, year and cause of death is given on each plaque.

 Along the top of the wall are plaques with names of people who died in the workplace between 1901 and 1999.  The name, year and cause of death is given on each plaque.   View looking down the top of the wall.

Each plaque on along the top of the wall commemorates one person, one from each year between 1901 and 1999.   Deaths are from mining accidents, industrial accidents, train crashes, silicosis, asbestosis, and the like.   At the end, there is one blank plaque to represent future accidents.

A black and brass plaque commemoration Marko Pejic who died in 1983

A statue of a workman chiseling out the words on a granite wall.

view from the east of the 100 Workers memorial showing one of the half walls with the words" Remembering our past.  Building a safe future."  A lifesize statue of a workman chiseling words into the wall is on the right side of the photo.

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