We are Staycation In The Nation (staycationinthenation.ca), we recognize the tragic legacy of residential schools, missing children , the families left behind and the survivors of these institutions. We are Bloggers and supporters of Canadian small businesses, and promoters of educational programs highlighting diversity and inclusivity.
Orange Shirt Day - the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation for residential school survivors - on September 30th, 2022 .
Canadians will wear their shirts to say “Every Child Matters”.
It is our hope that Canadians will participate by actively seeking or making donations in exchange for an Orange Day shirt. You can make your donation/order through staycationinthenation.ca or SITN.ca.
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Indigenous history from the perspective of First Nations in Canada.
Indigenous history from the perspective of Inuit in Canada.
Indigenous history from the perspective of Métis in Canada.
The Government of Canada is working to advance reconciliation and renew the relationship with Indigenous peoples, based on recognition of rights, respect, cooperation and partnership.
First Nations warriors and Métis fighters played important roles defending British territories in the War of 1812 against invading American forces
Information about the inter-generational damage caused by Indian Residential Schools and the efforts being made to bring a fair and lasting resolution to this chapter in Canadian history.
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