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September 30th, 2023

Orange Shirt Day

On September 30th, people from coast to coast will come together in the spirit of reconciliation and wear orange shirts in honour of Residential School Survivors, our families, and our communities. 

Indigenous Marketing is helping to build awareness about the harm done to  Indigenous children, families, and communities by the Residential School system.  All proceeds support Indigenous-led community programs that support Residential School Survivors.


This year’s shirts are designed by Cree artist Aiden Duncan from Winnipeg, Manitoba.  


T-shirts: $24.99 Each

Hoodies: $39.99 Each

Artist Statement: 

“I call this piece One Story. It represents a reminder of each individual’s experience with residential schools. Sometimes I think people forget that residential schools are still impacting Indigenous youth today. I suffer from a loss of culture due to my grandmother
attending Indian day school. Her favorite  animal was the hummingbird. This design represents her and every single person’s story as a reminder that every story is different and every child matters.”

- Aiden Duncan

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Learn more about Orange Shirt Day

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