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Although campaigning activities are currently more restricted, they’ve never been more important. Domestic violence rose as much as 30% in some parts of Canada during the first lock-down. So, keep sharing the moose hide mission and message – but make sure you’re following local COVID-19 health and safety guidelines when organizing face-to-face campaigning.
Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency in Nova Scotia embraced the Moose Hide Campaign, ordering 1,000 moose hide pins and wearing them on their uniforms for Mi'kmaq History Month.
Public servants from all 20 BC Government ministries, from the legislative and judicial branches, and from various BC Crown Corporations, commissions, agencies, tribunals and other offices and departments took part in Moose Hide Campaign Day 2021 from all over British Columbia.
As a part of their participation, the BC Ministry of Transportation created this promotional video with clips from ministry employees talking about why they support the Moose Hide Campaign.