Canadians are still trying to comprehend the tragedy of the Nova Scotia shooting. The event that left 23 people dead shocked the entire nation. Now there is a way for Canadians to show their solidarity and support for the victims.\nIn an April 22 tweet, the National Police foundation urged Canadians to wear red On April 24 in honour of fallen RCMP Constable Heidi Stevenson and the other members of the Nova Scotia community whose lives were taken.\n"The @NPFFPN1 & @rcmpgrcpolice are organizing a day of mourning on Friday, Apr 24 for fallen Const. Heidi Stevenson & other innocent victims killed in #NovaScotia," the tweet reads, "Please join with us and all Canadians. #WearRedFriday #NovaScotiaStrong @RCMPNS #RCMPNeverForget."\nAccording to a Facebook post from the organization, the tradition of wearing the colour on Fridays was started to support Canadian troops in Afghanistan.\nPeople are being asked to share photos and videos of themselves showing their support in scarlet. They are also being encouraged to share any supportive messages they may have.\n"Our hope is that this small gesture will help unite Canadians in a show of support for the RCMP and the families of all the victims of this tragic event," Brian Sauvé, President of the National Police Federation said in a statement.\nThe @NPFFPN1 & @rcmpgrcpolice are organizing a day of mourning on Friday, Apr 24 for fallen Const. Heidi Stevenson & other innocent victims killed in #NovaScotia. Please join with us and all Canadians. #WearRedFriday #NovaScotiaStrong @RCMPNS #RCMPNeverForget pic.twitter.com/cFfqxiFWBl— NPF-FPN (@NPFFPN1) April 22, 2020\nSauvé also noted that social distancing measures have made it so people cannot gather together in remembrance of those whose lives were taken.\n"In better times, we would be able to come together in great numbers to show our appreciation," he said, "and so we hope by wearing red together on Friday we can mourn these senseless losses and show all the families that we care."\nThe National Police Federation, working with the RCMP, are organizing events for a day of mourning in the wake of the...Posted by National Police Federation on Wednesday, April 22, 2020\nCanadian politicians have already tweeted out their support for the initiative, including Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Newfoundland Premier Dwight Ball, and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney.\nTomorrow, join me in wearing red to honour the victims, RCMP officers, first responders of the tragedy in Nova Scotia this week. On #WearRedFriday we stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Nova Scotia. pic.twitter.com/Or2Xip6BpJ— Doug Ford (@fordnation) April 23, 2020\nOut of respect for the lives lost and injured in Nova Scotia, tomorrow let's put on something red and join arms with over 20,000 RCMP Members across Canada.#WearRedFriday pic.twitter.com/gYvCbx2cIP— Premier of NL (@PremierofNL) April 23, 2020\nThere will be a national day of remembrance this Friday for the victims of the terrible violence suffered by Nova Scotians. To show respect for Constable Stevenson, and all of the victims, please wear red on Friday as a small gesture of solidarity for the families of the fallen pic.twitter.com/ZH4nNIa0wh— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) April 22, 2020\n"Tomorrow, join me in wearing red to honour the victims, RCMP officers, first responders of the tragedy in Nova Scotia this week," Ford wrote, "On #WearRedFriday we stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Nova Scotia."