FAQs

Here we answer any questions we’ve received about our Pink Shirt Day Canada broadcasts. If you have a question, please send it to pinkshirtday@witsprogram.ca.

How do we connect once a ticket is purchased? Do we receive a link to log into? 

Each school will receive a link to the Zoom broadcast on the day before the event they’ve registered for.

How can all schools connect if students must stay in their classroom bubbles?

You may share the link to students in your school only. Whether your students are in a classroom or learning at home, your school’s link will work for them. We have enough bandwidth for the numbers of schools registered.

How do we know that we’ll be able to stream this event?

Technical information will be emailed to registered schools, and we will have a technical support person on hand during the events.

What if I didn’t receive any emails or links?

Emails will be sent from Pinkshirtday@witsprogram.ca so please check your deleted or junk folders. If you still don’t see our messages, please email us from a different domain (such as @gmail.com)

Are these events appropriate for primary students?

Yes, the main audience for these 45 minute events are children from Kindergarten to grade 10. In addition to Travis Price’s presentation, we will have a live Question and Answer session, fun video content, and our mascot Witsup will make an appearance.

Can we change days or can each class join for a time that works for them?

Your school should attend the same broadcast. In case of extenuating circumstances, contact us.

Do we get a recording of the event afterward?

I’m sorry, no. The content of the events is protected by copyright of Travis Price and WITS Programs Foundation. As well, modified recordings can jeopardize our brand and future events, so recording is prohibited.

We would like to join but cant afford to, can you help?

We have subsidies available for very small schools. Indigenous schools may register for free as part of our commitment to reconciliation. And if you haven’t, please ask your Parent Advisory Committee and/or school district/board. For others, please contact us for more details.