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Orange Shirt Day began in 2013 to commemorate the residential experience, to witness and honour the healing journey of the survivors and their families and to commit to the ongoing process of reconciliation, as well as remind us all that “Every Child Matters”. The establishment of National Truth & Reconciliation comes as Canadians reflect on the confirmations of unmarked graves at residential school sites across the country, including 215 children buried at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.

The BC Lions, along with our partners, will continue to create awareness around National Day for Truth & Reconciliation and promote this important message through our Orange Shirt Day game and other initiatives. 


Once again, our Orange Shirt Day Game will feature an Indigenous Marketplace presented by Destination Indigenous. Artisans will be displaying, and selling their products to fans on the concourse. Be sure to check out the marketplace, and help us in supporting local business. 

CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING VENDORS AT THE GAME

  • AKS Artistic Designs
  • Nuez Acres
  • Love the Land
  • Frettchan Studios
  • Cheryl’s Trading Post
  • K’wezusum Laka7
  • Decolonial Clothing Corp
  • Sweetgrass Soap
  • Blue Sky Native Artisan
  • Opal Soul Designs
  • NoMiNoU
  • Up the Hill at Loakin
  • Sabians Arts and Crafts
  • Atleo Designs
  • Massy Books
  • Copper Canoe Woman
  • Sisters Sage
  • Corvina Design
  • Little Jar of Wow
  • Spirit Bear Crafts
  • Shining Bear Designs
  • Revive Day Spa
  • Spirit Works Gallery
  • Stephen’s Coffee Co
  • A&T Apothecary
  • 400 Drums LTD
  • Giggy’s Beads Boutique

 


ORANGE SHIRT DAY GAME 2022
INDIGENOUS YOUTH PROGRAM
CONVERSATIONS ABOUT TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION
ORANGE SHIRT DAY GAME 2021