Six Nations Fire and Emergency Services in Ontario Place ‘Every Child Matters’ Wrap on Rescue Truck

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Firefighters with the Six Nations Fire and Emergency Services in Oshsweken, Ontario, Canada have put an orange wrap on its heavy rescue truck to commemorate the Every Child Matters and residential school survivors effort, according to a report published by The Chatham Daily News.

According to the newspaper, the wrapped rescue truck is stationed in the village of Ohsweken on Six Nations of the Grand River and will serve as a reminder of a major event that continues have effects not only in the indigenous and First Nation community but across Ontario.

The wrap on the 2.5—year old rescue truck was more cost effective than a paint job and was paid for with donation provided to the fire department, the newspaper reported.

Fire officials told the paper that the wrap will remain on the truck for the foreseeable future to make sure as many people as possible will see it and get its meaning.

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