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Orange Shirt Day takes place annually on September 30 and is a global day of recognition and awareness-raising about residential schools. Community members are encouraged to wear orange to show their support and honour residential school survivors. For survivors of residential schools, Orange Shirt Day reaffirms that their lived experience matters and recognizes the multiple generations who experienced trauma.

Correspondingly, the federal holiday, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, external link, is also held on September 30.  Across the country, hundreds of local activities are taking place that commemorate the history and legacy of residential schools. Visit our Special Edition: National Truth and Reconciliation /Orange Shirt Day student newsletter and explore its resources., external link

Professional Communication at The Creative School provides an immersive learning environment with all the technology, educational resources, and industry connections that students need to succeed.

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Through classroom learning and hands-on experience, ProCom students explore communication methods and media used across a wide range of fields and industries.

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Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, the School of Professional Communication is a hotbed of talent, creativity, and mentorship. It's a place where bright futures take shape.

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