Every Child Matters-Honouring Residential School Survivors
ÍY, SȻÁĆEL SI,IÁM,
NIȽ TU,O Child and Family Services was honoured to take part in Orange Shirt Day, honouring the experiences of all Residential School survivors. We were privileged to welcome Lyle Henry of Pauquachin First Nation, who shared his life experience and resilience as a survivor. In sharing his experiences, Lyle passed on his courage, love for his family and community, with his life teachings.
HÍ,SW̱ḴE SIÁM Lyle for joining us, we raise our hands to you.
At this space, we celebrate diversity and inclusivity. Regardless of gender, color, religion, or sexual orientation – everyone is welcome here! We believe that all people should feel safe, respected and accepted. We are committed to creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding where everyone can feel comfortable and included. Our goal is to make sure everyone has equal access to the same opportunities, resources, and support. Together, we can create a brighter future for all!