Cable & Telecom

Rogers helps raise $100,000 to support Orange Shirt Society

TORONTO — On Orange Shirt Day, a day when Canadians wear orange to acknowledge Canada’s history of residential schools, Rogers Communications announced today almost $100,000 has been raised through the purchase of t-shirts as part of the company’s #WeWearOrange campaign in support of the Orange Shirt Society. During the two-month-long fundraising campaign, amplified across Rogers’ media assets, Canadians purchased almost 5,000 orange t-shirts (pictured above) designed by Ojibwe artist Patrick Hunter, through the Rogers-owned Today’s Shopping Choice website at tsc.ca/wewearorange. The t-shirts are still available for purchase through October 16. Proceeds raised by Rogers through the t-shirt sales are going...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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