North Dundas District High School’s Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving chapter hosted a weeklong campaign for advocacy Mon., Nov. 6 to Fri., Nov. 10, initiating a number of activities with one goal in mind – stamping out impaired driving. On Wed., Nov. 8, it was “White Face Day,” with participants painting the entirety of their face in white to represent their drug or alcohol-related death. Students taking part were required to remain silent throughout the day, unless they were asked about their death. For this, participants crafted their own story, further driving home the message of the day. Pictured are Ashley Wheeler (front), Amy Proulx, Olivia Finley, Bridget Porteous, Reise Marriner, and Alix Giles. Press Photo – Uhrig