Giselle Aiabens

Giselle Aiabens holding beaded pin of red dressGiselle Aiabens, Indigenous enrolment advisor, displays a beaded pin created in a workshop she led Tuesday for staff in the Welcome Centre. Participants will wear their beadworks in the shape of a red dress in the period leading up to Red Dress Day. “It’s a learning opportunity for these members of our community, and a teaching opportunity for them to spread awareness of its significance,” Aiabens says.

Observances to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Red Dress Day is a day of remembrance.