Authenticated Indigenous company located in Almonte, Ontario, Canada, on unceded Algonquin Territory. Pickups are by Appointment only. Please call before coming 613-256-9229.

"EVERY CHILD MATTERS" 2023 Official Orange Shirt Day T-Shirt (FRENCH) *PREORDER*


**PRE-ORDER ONLY. DEADLINE FOR ORDERING IS JULY 31ST, 2023** French shirts will not begin shipping before mid to end of August.

This T-Shirt is the FRENCH version of the official 2023 Orange Shirt Society's T-Shirt. If you are looking for the English version, click here.

Please take care that you correctly select YOUTH or ADULT for the FIT in your size. 

Note that the smallest sizes up to XL shirts qualify for our custom letter mail $5 shipping to anywhere in Canada! You can even fit up to two medium shirts (or a large adult and a youth) in the same envelope! (Sizes 2XL and over do not fit) 

Please choose "shipping" if you think there is a possibility of you wanting it shipped instead of picking it up. It is a lot less work for us to refund a shipping fee than it is to create a separate invoice for shipping.

Where your money is going:

$8 from every Orange Shirt Purchase is donated to the Orange Shirt Society, with an additional $2 being donated to Ginawaydaganuc Village. The remainder of the cost includes the cost of the shirt, the printing of the logo, shipping fees to get it to us, and packing materials, admin costs and labour to advertise, handle, and get it back out to you. We must order the shirts from the OSS distributors and unfortunately we do not receive any kind of a bulk discount regardless of how many we order, therefore we cannot in turn offer any kind of a bulk discount to our customers. 

NOTE: ALL SHIRT SALES ARE FINAL. Please be sure about your sizing. We cannot do exchanges.

CLICK HERE For more information about this program.


This is the official 2023 t-shirt design of the Orange Shirt Society.

"Every Child Matters" 2023 Orange Shirt Day design featuring art by Charliss Santos, a Grade 10 student from Ponoka, Alberta.


“The child symbolizes all Indigenous children who suffered inside residential schools. The people represent the strong community First Nations peoples have built, and the support that they receive. The heart represents healing and forgiveness, and lastly, the eagle represents acceptance, honesty and freedom.”