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Tag : Cyberbullying

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On Pink Shirt Day, take a stand against bullying

Posted by: Amy Juschka February 17, 2017

On February 22, people across Canada will be donning pink shirts to recognize Pink Shirt Day, a national event dedicated to raising awareness about bullying. Read more »

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Pink Shirt Day: Support anti-bullying and wear pink today

Posted by: Guest Author February 24, 2016

As a parent I thought dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of toddlerhood was challenging. I was wrong. As a parent of a just-turned-thirteen year old, the new source of discussion (I prefer that word rather than conflict) is time spent on screens! Read more »

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Pink Shirt Day

Posted by: UNICEF Canada February 24, 2015

February 25th marks Pink Shirt Day – an anti-bullying awareness day inspired by the actions of two Nova Scotia high school students. Their movement is spreading – and its one we can all support. Read more »


#ENDviolence Against Children – Listen UP! Speak OUT!

Posted by: Richard Webster August 8, 2013

Not only must we listen to our communities’ children in our collective effort to end violence against children, we must do our part to prevent or stop violence in their lives. It’s a shared responsibility. Read more »

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Prevention, not tougher punishment key to ending cyber bullying

Posted by: Marv Bernstein May 7, 2013

Cyberbullying is claiming more victims, but what can we do to stop it? Can tougher punishments help? Laws alone aren't enough. Read more »

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Parent Corner: Cyberbullying

Posted by: Jennifer Story September 4, 2012

This week, millions of parents around the world will kiss their kids goodbye and send them off to school. Then they’ll spend the rest of the day wondering what their children are experiencing. Will they make new friends? Reconnect with old ones? Will they like their new teacher or new school? Read more »

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