September 30th, 2020

Schedule of
Events

September 30th, 2020

Schedule of
Events

September 30th is a day to honour, acknowledge and recognize the harm caused by the residential school system on generations of Indigenous children, families and communities across Canada. Our goal is for all members of the community to come together to support one another.

Our speaking engagements will primarily be virtual this year. Please check back regularly as more events will be added to our schedule.

September 30th is a day to honour, acknowledge and recognize the harm caused by the residential school system on generations of Indigenous children, families and communities across Canada. Our goal is for all members of the community to come together to support one another.

Our speaking engagements will primarily be virtual this year. Please check back regularly as more events will be added to our schedule.

11:00 am –
11:30 am

Royal BC Museum @ Home (Kids)

RBCM@Home (Kids) has invited us to talk to children and families about the importance of Orange Shirt Day and some of the difficult history of intergenerational harm caused by residential schools and the paths toward healing.

Please visit the BC Museum Website for more information.

12:00 pm 

City of Victoria

This year we invite you to wear orange and tune in to our pre-filmed virtual ceremony, which is emceed by Victoria Lea Pruden, an Âpihtawkosisân/Michif knowledge keeper and healing and cultural safety advocate from the Métis Nation.

The ceremony includes a land acknowledgement, followed by the raising of the Orange Shirt Day flag and a moment of silence accompanied by 15 drum beats to honour those who did not survive residential schools. There will be many artists and guest speakers. See the City of Victoria’s website or Facebook page for more information.

11:00 am –
11:30 am

Royal BC Museum @ Home (Kids)

RBCM@Home (Kids) has invited us to talk to children and families about the importance of Orange Shirt Day and some of the difficult history of intergenerational harm caused by residential schools and the paths toward healing.

Please visit the BC Museum Website for more information.

12:00 pm 

City of Victoria

This year we invite you to wear orange and tune in to our pre-filmed virtual ceremony, which is emceed by Victoria Lea Pruden, an Âpihtawkosisân/Michif knowledge keeper and healing and cultural safety advocate from the Métis Nation.

The ceremony includes a land acknowledgement, followed by the raising of the Orange Shirt Day flag and a moment of silence accompanied by 15 drum beats to honour those who did not survive residential schools. There will be many artists and guest speakers. See the City of Victoria’s website or Facebook page for more information.

Past Events