September 30, marks the annual Orange Shirt Day, an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and
communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations
Many SD43 schools are recognizing Orange Shirt Day
to remember and honour residential school survivors.
Bulletin board and painted rocks at Mary Hill Elementary, spread awareness and support Orange Shirt Day.
Dr. Charles Best Secondary embracing Orange Shirt Day.
Students at Mountainview Elementary making powerful connections for Orange Shirt Day.
Great representation of staff and students for Orange Shirt Day at Port Moody and Heritage Woods Secondary schools.
Orange Shirt Day assembly at Miller Park and Aspenwood Elementary Schools.
Eagle Mountain Middle asks, "What can you do to help others feel they matter?"
Read how Heritage Woods Secondary students are supporting this important day: