P.E.I. paramedics wear orange epaulettes in support of residential school survivors – CBC

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P.E.I. paramedics wear orange epaulettes in support of residential school survivors – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 202121 Views

Sep 10, 2021

‘I think that acknowledgement is part of the process of reconciliation’

Paramedics with Island EMS are wearing orange epaulettes in September in support of residential school survivors and the Every Child Matters movement.

More than 130 paramedics and managers across P.E.I. are wearing the orange shoulder patches on their shirts.

“We really wanted to honour our First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities and the survivors. We thought that was a very important initiative,” said Jeremy Measham, operations manager with Island EMS in Charlottetown.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-paramedics-orange-epaulettes-every-child-matters-1.6170121

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