Let's Stand with the Indigenous People on September 30th.

Hello all,

As you may be aware, the government recently passed legislation to make September 30th a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  This day provides the opportunity to recognise and commemorate the legacy of residential schools.  It is important to acknowledge this tragedy and to do something to give to those that need it the most.

Orange Tie Dye masks are now available on our website so you can show your support for this worthy cause. We are donating 100% of the profits from every Tie Dye Orange mask we sell to True North Aid.

True North Aid is a Canadian charity that provides practical humanitarian assistance through self-determination, reconciliation, water, food, health, housing, hope and education. Their priority is to help ensure the dignity and health of Indigenous people through grassroots projects. Their self-determination activities are designed to help inspire and empower Indigenous youth to pursue their dreams and, in turn, empower their people and community. ​

To find out more visit Truenorthaid.ca

We know finding orange clothing can take some time and as we searched for our own family, we wanted to share a list of retailers who currently have orange apparel.  Here are links to a few:


Learn about the territory you’re in with the Native Land app

Native-land.ca is an app created in 2018 that has an interactive map where users can explore the traditional nations and languages, as well as the treaty agreements that govern occupied areas of North America.

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