Today is Red Dress Day, an occasion to remember the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ peoples across Canada. On this day centred around solidarity and awareness, ATU Local 113 encourages everyone to wear red as a symbol of unity and commitment to shed light on this ongoing crisis.

On Red Dress Day, we remember the lost lives, stand with the families still seeking answers, and commit to making a change. It’s a day to reaffirm our collective responsibility to work together towards a future where Indigenous women and girls are safe and respected.