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RT @CbeArea2: Congratulations and special thanks to @JGDChief gr 10 std Jackson E. for his amazing design of this year’s Orange Shirt Day graphic. This design is recognized across Canada! Well done Jackson! #OrangeShirtDay2020 #EveryChildMatters #weareCBE https://t.co/HnlaousY3e

RT @Area4CBE: Today, the #WeAreCBE Area 4 Team is wearing orange in honour of all children who were taken from their families and forced to attend residential schools. We are committed to truth and reconciliation. #OrangeShirtDay2020 🧡 https://t.co/lCAJfRdvv0

RT @6Yycbe: Oki, Tansi, Danit’ada, Zumba-wait here, Takeshita, hello. Furthering our understanding as we honour the Indigenous children who were sent away to residential schools in Canada. https://t.co/4euw4mmx78

RT @CedarbraeS: Starting our Orange Shirt Day with a Holistic lens- Mind, Spirit, Heart, Body. "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." @Indigenous_cbe #wellbeing https://t.co/zUfcC1rHFz

RT @Indigenous_cbe: “A symbol of the many losses experienced by thousands of students, their families and communities” We wear orange to signify our commitment to ensuring all students’ cultures are celebrated & understood as their greatest learning asset! 🧡#CbeIndigenousEd #EveryChildMatters #OSD https://t.co/H26XAlrr1c