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BC Place to light in orange for National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

September 1st, 2023

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, International Literacy Day, and Living Donation Week among 18 community initiatives to be amplified in September

(Image credit: Ted McGrath)

VANCOUVER, BC – The Northern Lights Display will once again light in orange in observance of National Day for Truth & Reconciliation on September 30, rounding out a busy illumination schedule amplifying various community initiatives for the month.

Also on the September calendar are Childhood Cancer Awareness Month on September 6, International Literacy Day on September 8, and Living Donation Week on September 12 among others.

See below for the complete Northern Lights Display schedule for September (subject to change).

BC Place is recognized around the world as a landmark of Vancouver’s skyline and a place of pride for all British Columbians. Besides enhancing the overall guest experience during events, the stadium’s Northern Lights Display is used to amplify important causes upon request from the community.

September 3: blue for Dystonia Awareness Month
September 4: blue for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
September 5: teal for PCOS Awareness Month
September 6: gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September 7: red, yellow, & blue for Craniofacial Acceptance Month
September 8: purple for International Literacy Day
September 9: red for International FASD Day
September 12: green for Living Donation Week
September 13: pink for World Sepsis Day
September 14: red for Blood Cancer Awareness Month
September 15: purple for World Lymphoma Awareness Day
September 17: orange for World Patient Safety Day
September 18: teal for Big Brothers Big Sisters Day
September 19: green for Light Up for Mito
September 24: blue for World Rivers Day
September 26: red for United Way BC Day
September 28: yellow for National British Home Child Day
September 30: orange for National Day for Truth & Reconciliation 

Follow the stadium’s social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram for the latest on the Northern Lights display.