Today we wear orange to commemorate and honour residential school survivors and thrivers.
We show our support through this small but significant symbol to continue the healing process of reconciliation.
It's our responsibility to change the course of history to one that's positive, inclusive and centred on future generations.
Orange Shirt Day is one way of creating space for meaningful discussions about the changes we need to make.
Staff and students across the Frontier Family came together to recognize this day. See the photos below: