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Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Day and the Orange Shirt

On Sept. 30, Canada has its second Truth and Reconciliation Day, which honors those who have been affected by the country's residential school system. Read more about the origin of this federal holiday, why people wear orange shirts, and how Canadians can take action to learn, help, and pursue justice for Indigenous people.

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Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Day and the Orange Shirt
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