National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Orange Shirt

As low as CA$19.99

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Orange Shirt

As low as CA$19.99
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02201
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$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund.

This heathered orange, cotton-blend tee features a screen-printed design with taped neck and shoulders and double-stitched sleeves and bottom hem. Semi-fitted, unisex style. 35% cotton, 65% polyester blend.

In partnership with the Indigenous Initiatives Office, W Store is pleased to support the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 (formerly Orange Shirt Day). The UWaterloo community can show their support by purchasing an Indigenous-designed and -sourced Every Child Matters orange tee shirt.

Memengwaans Ireland is the Indigenous artist who designed the shirt, which was both sourced and printed by Rezonance Printing in London, Ontario. For more information about the artist behind the design, please visit memengwaansdesigns.com. Rezonance Printing is an award-winning mentorship program that focuses on printing as a means of economic sovereignty for Indigenous artists. For information about the print shop, please visit them on Facebook at @rezonanceprinting. Rezonance Printing supports Indigenous artists like Memengwaans, who was a recent participant in their youth internship program in 2019.

$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus.

The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to Indigenous students, who are most at risk for abandoning their education due to financial hardship. Funds received will be used to support students with:
  • Tuition and fees not covered by scholarships, financial aid or grants
  • Testing fees
  • Tools and other school supplies
  • Emergency housing and heating costs
  • Emergency childcare expenses
  • Emergency transportation
  • Other unforeseen emergency expenses barring students from degree completion


To learn more about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation or to access other resources, please consult the Indigenous Initiatives Office website. The links included below are shared by the Indigenous Initiatives Office to help educate Canadians about our history and the significance of this day:
Sizing Chart
Size SMLXL2XL
Body Length 28 29 1/4 30 1/4 31 1/4 32 1/2
Body Length Tolerance 111 11
Chest Tolerance 111 11
Chest Width (Laid Flat) 182022 2426
$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund.

This heathered orange, cotton-blend tee features a screen-printed design with taped neck and shoulders and double-stitched sleeves and bottom hem. Semi-fitted, unisex style. 35% cotton, 65% polyester blend.

In partnership with the Indigenous Initiatives Office, W Store is pleased to support the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 (formerly Orange Shirt Day). The UWaterloo community can show their support by purchasing an Indigenous-designed and -sourced Every Child Matters orange tee shirt.

Memengwaans Ireland is the Indigenous artist who designed the shirt, which was both sourced and printed by Rezonance Printing in London, Ontario. For more information about the artist behind the design, please visit memengwaansdesigns.com. Rezonance Printing is an award-winning mentorship program that focuses on printing as a means of economic sovereignty for Indigenous artists. For information about the print shop, please visit them on Facebook at @rezonanceprinting. Rezonance Printing supports Indigenous artists like Memengwaans, who was a recent participant in their youth internship program in 2019.

$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus.

The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to Indigenous students, who are most at risk for abandoning their education due to financial hardship. Funds received will be used to support students with:
  • Tuition and fees not covered by scholarships, financial aid or grants
  • Testing fees
  • Tools and other school supplies
  • Emergency housing and heating costs
  • Emergency childcare expenses
  • Emergency transportation
  • Other unforeseen emergency expenses barring students from degree completion


To learn more about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation or to access other resources, please consult the Indigenous Initiatives Office website. The links included below are shared by the Indigenous Initiatives Office to help educate Canadians about our history and the significance of this day:
Sizing Chart
Size SMLXL2XL
Body Length 28 29 1/4 30 1/4 31 1/4 32 1/2
Body Length Tolerance 111 11
Chest Tolerance 111 11
Chest Width (Laid Flat) 182022 2426
$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund.

This heathered orange, cotton-blend tee features a screen-printed design with taped neck and shoulders and double-stitched sleeves and bottom hem. Semi-fitted, unisex style. 35% cotton, 65% polyester blend.

In partnership with the Indigenous Initiatives Office, W Store is pleased to support the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 (formerly Orange Shirt Day). The UWaterloo community can show their support by purchasing an Indigenous-designed and -sourced Every Child Matters orange tee shirt.

Memengwaans Ireland is the Indigenous artist who designed the shirt, which was both sourced and printed by Rezonance Printing in London, Ontario. For more information about the artist behind the design, please visit memengwaansdesigns.com. Rezonance Printing is an award-winning mentorship program that focuses on printing as a means of economic sovereignty for Indigenous artists. For information about the print shop, please visit them on Facebook at @rezonanceprinting. Rezonance Printing supports Indigenous artists like Memengwaans, who was a recent participant in their youth internship program in 2019.

$10 from the sale of every shirt will be donated directly to the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus.

The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to Indigenous students, who are most at risk for abandoning their education due to financial hardship. Funds received will be used to support students with:
  • Tuition and fees not covered by scholarships, financial aid or grants
  • Testing fees
  • Tools and other school supplies
  • Emergency housing and heating costs
  • Emergency childcare expenses
  • Emergency transportation
  • Other unforeseen emergency expenses barring students from degree completion


To learn more about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation or to access other resources, please consult the Indigenous Initiatives Office website. The links included below are shared by the Indigenous Initiatives Office to help educate Canadians about our history and the significance of this day:
Sizing Chart
Size SMLXL2XL
Body Length 28 29 1/4 30 1/4 31 1/4 32 1/2
Body Length Tolerance 111 11
Chest Tolerance 111 11
Chest Width (Laid Flat) 182022 2426
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