The Orange Shirt Campaign- Every Child Matters remembers the experiences of former students of Indian Residential Schools and is a commitment to ongoing reconciliation in Canada. Originating in British Columbia, this is the third year the campaign will be running in BC and other parts of Canada, and the first coordinated effort to celebrate the campaign in Alberta.
On Friday, September 28th, together with Student Life, the CTL will be recognizing Orange Shirt Day. If you are interested in participating, please wear an orange shirt on September 28th.
Stop by the Center for Teaching and Learning to learn more about the history and origin of Orange Shirt Day.
- About Orange Shirt Day
- Phyllis’s Story
- Red Deer Residential School
- Survivors Speak: A Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
- Reconciliation Canada
Updated September 25, 2018
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