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It is with a heart full of sadness to inform our local of the tragic death of one of our members in CNTL.

In the early morning hours we heard that brother Amarprit Sandhu (BB431) succumbed to his injuries in what can only be described as a horrific workplace accident. It is unthinkable to say the least. An ill fated accident that will change the lives of his family forever. An accident that will remind us of how fragile life is and how quickly our lives can change.

In thinking of brother Sandhu it is difficult to imagine how his family will now have to face the world without him. As we think of them and brother Sandhu I am reminded of how life can instantly change and how important it is to be kind and loving at all times. The pain and sorrow will last for all those who knew and loved him for years to come so finding comfort in knowing that we stand together and help in whatever way possible, will help his family through this very trying time.

A brotherhood/sisterhood of union members pull together through good and bad times. The family will require support through this difficult time both emotionally and financially so I ask that everyone be as generous as they can.

We will be updating information as it becomes available.


 Funeral detail is as follow


General Information

Full NameAmarprit Singh Sandhu
Date of Birth: Tuesday, September 14th, 1976
Date of Death: Monday, April 5th, 2021


Wednesday, April 14th, 2021

6:30pm – 8:30pm


Brampton Crematorium & Visitation Centre – Suite D&E
30 Bramwin Court
Drive by visitation. There is no maximum limit to guests but everyone must remain in their vehicles. Only 10 family members will be allowed to stay outside with the deceased.


Thursday, April 15th, 2021 3:30pm


Brampton Crematorium & Visitation Centre – Suite A&B

Cremation to follow service at 5:30 pm.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, guests are only allowed to attend the funeral if they are a part of a scheduled visitation. Guests who are not on a guest list provided by the family will not be able to attend. All other guests may be able to watch from a live stream. Maximum guests in the funeral or visitation are currently at 30 guests.