Moose Hide Campaign Day 2021

We invite you to our next Moose Hide Campaign Day across the country! Join us on February 11th as we come together online for a day of inspiration, ceremony and fasting.

It's almost the 10th year of our campaign. We’ve come together with you each year to re-commit in our pledge to see an end to violence towards women and children. To remember those we have lost. To share our stories and struggles. To grow closer through the experience of fasting and ceremony. To motivate one another with all we have managed to achieve.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve taken the decision that for the first year this will be a fully virtual event, combining our national and provincial gatherings into one bigger event. We hope we can recreate a similar memorable shared experience, one where even more of you from across the country will be able to take part.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Below are our answers to some the most frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us with more questions. We love to engage in respectful dialogue and will do our best to answer!  Download the full document here:  PDF

Q. Why should my school participate in the Campaign?

The Moose Hide Campaign recognizes that children and youth are the future and the key to changing the fabric of Canadian society that still sees the reality of violence in our families and communities. Featuring the Moose Hide Campaign in your school is a powerful way to take a stand to end violence against women and children and practice reconciliation in action. Schools across Canada who are looking for practical and impactful ways to support reconciliation can join the Moose Hide Campaign movement, which supports implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Calls for Justice.

Q. How can my school participate in the Campaign?

There are many different ways that your school can participate in the Moose Hide Campaign including using our new online learning resources, hosting Moose Hide Campaign events in your school and/or community, taking part in a 10 Men challenge and participating as a Partner School in the February 2021 National Gathering.

Q: What are the new Online Learning Resources that you are developing?

There are three new online learning modules with ready-to-implement lesson plans and activities for a full year of learning and action for positive change. Each module includes a guide for teachers to ensure that they have the skills and confidence to join the Campaign no matter where they are on their own learning journey. There will be an early years, a middle years and a high school years module available to schools across the country in September 2020.

Q: How do I order Moose Hide Pins and access your Learning Resources?

You can order the Moose Hide pins from our website free of charge. Non-leather synthetic Naugahyde pins are also available. All of our learning resources will be available in September on our online learning platform for K-12 which can be accessed on this site.

What is the Partner School Initiative and how do I register my school to be a Partner School for the Virtual National Gathering on February 11, 2021?

Through the Partner School Initiative K-12 schools across the country can sign-up to participate in the virtual National Gathering in February via a livestream and be recognized as a Moose Hide Campaign partner school on our website. More information about the Virtual National Gathering and registration for the Partner School Initiative will be available this fall. You can sign up to be the first to get notified about additional National Gathering Event details here.

To learn more about the Campaign please visit our website or view our full Moose Hide Campaign Frequently Asked Questions document here.

This is an evolving journey of learning and growth. If you have any further questions or suggestions, please feel free to e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.