Canada Rocks Red for FASD
This year, several Canadian monuments and landmarks will be rocking red for FASD to raise awareness of this disability. We’ve asked key landmarks across the country to light up red on September 9th in honour of FASD Awareness Day.
Grab your friends and family members to go see the lights. Be sure to take a picture and share it on social media with the hashtag #FASDMonth2022.
View the current list of participating monuments and landmarks below.
*CANCELLED* High Level Bridge, Edmonton
This lighting event has been cancelled. The High Level Bridge will be lit up Royal Purple starting September 9th to honour the passing of the Queen.
Calgary Tower, Calgary
Saamis Tepee (World’s Tallest Tepee), Medicine Hat
The World’s Tallest Tepee is right on Trans Canada Highway in Medicine Hat and will be lit up from September 4th through September 10th.
Centre 2000, Grand Prairie
The Sundial at Centre 2000 will be lit up red from dawn until dusk on September 9th
BC Place, Vancouver
*CANCELLED* Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver
This lighting event has been cancelled to honour the passing of the Queen
*CANCELLED* Science World, Vancouver
Due to operational challenges the lights at Science World will no longer be lit up red on September 9th.
City Hall, Vancouver
Burrard Street Bridge, Vancouver
Various places across Coquitlam will be lit up for FASD Day including Pinetree Way, Guildford Way, and the Fountain at Lafarge Lake. Please note, the guideway columns along Pinetree Way will be lit up amber instead of red due to safety concerns.
Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg
Selkirk Water Tower, Selkirk
Island Park Bridge, Portage la Prairie
The Island Park Bridge is being lit up from sundown on Monday September 5 to sundown on Friday September 9.
Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Fredericton
City Hall, Fredericton
*CANCELLED* Halifax City Hall, Halifax
This lighting event has been cancelled. City Hall will be lit up Royal Blue instead to honour the passing of the Queen.
Seaway International Bridge Pier, North Channel Bridge, Akwesasne
The tallest pier on the North Channel Bridge will be lit from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on September 9, 2022. It will be visible from Akwesasne, ON and Cornwall, ON.
Huron Perth Centre, Clinton Office, Clinton
The Clinton Branch of the Huron Perth Centre for Children and Youth will light up their office in red to support FASD Day.
Community Living Central Huron, Goderich
Main office will be lit up red
Kingston City Hall and Springer Market Square, Kingston
Due to a conflict, the Kingston City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up red on September 10th instead of September 9th.
Riverwalk Commons and Fred A. Lundy Bridge, Newmarket
The lighting will take place from sunset until 11:00pm on September 9, 2022
Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls
The falls will be illuminated at 10:15pm for a fifteen minute period. Anyone who wishes to see the lights in person must follow all public health guidelines. Organized events held at the falls require permit approval. Families can view the Falls illuminated online through this virtual link.
Peace Bridge, Niagara
This international bridge will be lit up from dusk until 1:00 am on September 9th, 2022.
Keystone Child Youth & Family Services, Owen Sound
The lobby of the Keystone Child Youth & Family Services in Owen Sound will have red lights on all day on September 9th.
Cora Computers, Port Elgin
Saugeen Shores Police Services, Saugeen Shores
Building will be lit up red for 24 hours starting September 8, 2022 at 11:30pm
Timmins Sign, Timmins Museum, Timmins
The Timmins Sign at the Timmins Museum National Exhibition Centre will be lit up red from September 9th to September 11th
CN Tower, Toronto
The CN Tower illumination begins at sunset and will be lit red the last 30 minutes of each hour. Anyone who wishes to see the lights in person must follow all public health guidelines. The CN tower lighting will be visible online through this virtual link. Please note, a standard light show will run for 8 minutes at the start of every half hour.
Victoria Jubilee Hall, Walkerton
Red flood lights will shine on Jubilee Hall throughout the night of September 8 and early morning of September 9th.
Welland Bridge, Welland
City Hall, Windsor
The Windsor City Hall Building will be illuminated on the evening of September 9th.
Reach out to your landmark
Help add to this list! Reach out to landmarks and monuments in your local cities and ask them to light up their building red on September 9th in recognition of FASD Awareness Day. We will be using the HEX colour: #FF0000. If you need more details, please email email@example.com.
Did you reach out to a monument that agreed to rock red for FASD? Fill out the form below and we will add it to our list!