Tags : Green Shirt Day

Regina organ recipient designs 2023 Green Shirt Day logo

She knows all too well about the importance of organ donation, having been a recipient twice. Besides being an organ recipient, Brandy Hehn of Regina is also the designer behind this year’s Green Shirt Day logo. Hehn, who is a multi-media designer, says this year’s logo not only honours the Humboldt Broncos team and everyone who […]Read More

Lethbridge city council declares April 7 as Green Shirt Day

Lethbridge City Council has once again declared April 7th as Green Shirt Day. The special day was created to honour those affected by the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash in 2018, including Lethbridge resident Logan Boulet who died and to encourage organ donation. Boulet donated his organs to save six lives. Mayor Blaine Hyggen says it’s important to […]Read More

First Green Shirt Day assembly in two years, Boulet family

It was a packed gymnasium at Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary School as a group of students oversaw a couple of assemblies, teaching about Green Shirt Day and the importance of organ donation. As Angela Stewart explains, the Boulet family says they hope the conversation about organ donation continues past the classroom.  Read More

Lethbridge City Council calls April 7 Green Shirt Day

Lethbridge City Council has again proclaimed April 7 as Green Shirt Day in our city. The day honours the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash and player Logan Boulet who saved six lives when he donated his organs following the tragic crash in April of 2018. Lethbridge Mayor Blaine Hyggen says this day encourages […]Read More

Green Shirt Day

Canada is bleeding green today. It is Green Shirt Day. The day was inspired by hockey player Logan Boulet who donated his organs shortly after the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash in 2018. A car dealership in Lethbridge was decked out in green today to honour our local hero.Read More

April 7 declared Green Shirt Day in Lethbridge

April 7th is officially Green Shirt Day in Lethbridge. City council voted unanimously to recognize the impact the Late Logan Boulet has had in inspiring Canadians to register as organ donors. Logan Boulet lost his life tragically in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, and his story has transcended across the globe. Read More