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The Moose Hide Campaign began as a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence toward women and children. The inspiration for the campaign came to co-founders Paul Lacerte and his daughter Raven in 2011 during a moose hunt on their traditional Carrier territory along the Highway of Tears in Northern B.C. – where so many women have gone missing or been murdered. Over the years, this idea has grown into a national campaign to engage all Canadians, with over 2,500 participating communities and organizations across the country, including First Nations, high schools, Friendship Centres, Post-Secondary institutions, government departments, private and non-profit sector organizations, and law enforcement agencies.

On May 12, 2022, join Canadians to support reconciliation and help end violence against all women and children. We believe that education is an important step to a deeper understanding of this issue. Visit us Downtown to browse our Moose Hide Campaign display and borrow a book today. Inside some of the books in our display, you will find the official Moose Hide pin. These are worn as a commitment to honour, respect, and protect the women and children in your life.  

Learn more about how you can become involved by heading to the official Moose Hide Campaign website


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