Orange Shirt Day: Monday, September 30

On Monday, September 30, please wear an orange item of clothing in the spirit of reconciliation and to stand in solidarity with survivors and all those impacted by residential schools.

Orange Shirt Day recognizes the harm done to generations of children by residential schools and is an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that every child matters. Orange Shirt Day also recognizes our commitment to reconciliation, anti-racism and anti-bullying in general. CLICK HERE to view the Regina Public Schools poster.

Families, would you like more information about this important day? CLICK HERE to visit the official website.
 

In the video below, Phyllis Webstad presents her memories of Residential schools and the meaning of Orange Shirt Day.