DAWU 2023 May Day message

Brothers and Sisters,

On this special occasion, as we observe and celebrate May Day 2023, it is, indeed, an honour to be able to greet every Worker/Employee in our beautiful island home of the Commonwealth of Dominica.

Again, wherever you are and whatever you may be doing, I trust that this message finds you and your respective families in good physical and mental health, as well as, in the best of spiritual well-being.

As we celebrate May Day 2023, it is really profoundly rewarding to be able to observe and enjoy this day, under a happier and joyful cloud, now that the Covid 19 Pandemic is over. Today, we can look back from March 2020, when our movements and activities were restricted and curtailed by the several necessary prohibitions imposed by the Health Authorities due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, until last year 2022, when all the bans were finally removed, and our freedom of movement is no longer limited.

So, therefore, today let Everyone of us Workers/Employees truly use this day to give all the praise and thanks to our Heavenly Father, for seeing us through this past period, where we all worked tirelessly under the additional stress of Covid-19, while at the same time tried to remain healthy for ourselves and our families.

Today, as we celebrate another May DAY, a day that is celebrated around the world, the DAWU sends out CONGRATULATIONS and GREETINGS to All Workers/Employees across the Commonwealth of Dominica, wishing everyone an enjoyable, happy, but peaceful and incident free WORKERS’ holiday, with family and friends, while keeping uppermost in our minds, the real reason behind the incredibly significant purpose of that holiday that we enjoy today.

May God continue to bless Every one of you and our Nation of the Commonwealth of Dominica.


Leah Shillingford

General Secretary – DAWU

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