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Make a Donation to Pink Shirt Day

Make a Donation to Pink Shirt Day

Did your office, school, community group or friends raise money for Pink Shirt Day this year? Firstly, THANK YOU!! Your donations will go towards anti-bullying programs. You can donate online for an automatic tax receipt here OR send in your cheque to: Pink Shirt Day c/o CKNW Orphans’ Fund 2000-700 West Georgia Street Vancouver, BC […]

2014 T-Shirts Now Available

2014 T-Shirts Now Available

This great shirt (for only $9.80) helps support the 2014 Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday, February 26th or on any day you celebrate anti-bullying. Net proceeds support various anti-bullying programmes by a number of terrific organizations such as  Boys and Girls Clubs. For schools or organizations wishing to place bulk orders (more than 20 shirts) […]

Pink Shirt Day 2014

February 26, 2014

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 26, 2014 when we hold our Seventh Annual Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day. For 2014, Boys & Girls Clubs, schools, businesses, organizations and individuals across Canada will be participating in Pink Shirt Day and we anticipate adding more partners to make this the biggest anti-bullying awareness day in North America – if […]

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My team leader’s a bully and my manager won’t listen

My team leader’s a bully and my manager won’t listen

December 10, 2013

THE QUESTION For close to two years now, my team leader has been bullying me. He shouts at me in front of my co-worker and often denigrates the quality of my work. ??Lately, the workload has increased and it is proving difficult to meet our deadlines, yet we have been given no assistance. I have […]

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Pink umbrellas flooded the streets of Port Coquitlam on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 during the I Am Someone Walk to End Bullying. Children and adults made up an enthusiastic crowd. Photograph by: wayne leidenfrost , PNG

Army decked out in pink marches against bullying

December 09, 2013

When Gary Mauris saw Amanda Todd’s viral YouTube video, it made him think about the cyber dangers facing his teen daughter’s generation, and he knew he had to do something. About 150 people, including many high schoolers, marched through a small stretch of Port Coquitlam Sunday afternoon as part of Mauris’s non-profit society’s I Am […]

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Workplace bullies to watch out for and how to handle them

Workplace bullies to watch out for and how to handle them

December 06, 2013

There has been a lot of news coverage lately about bullying between teammates on the Miami Dolphins. “But to my mind, the real story is that so many people are surprised by it,” says Bill McBean, author of The Facts of Business Life: What Every Successful Business Owner Knows That You Don’t (Wiley, October 2012). […]

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This Bullying Social Experiment Is Incredibly Eye-Opening

This Bullying Social Experiment Is Incredibly Eye-Opening

December 05, 2013

No one is immune from bullying. Whether you are the oppressor, the victim or the witness, you are part of a cycle that needs to end. A new video shows just how much power a bystander has. “By watching an act of bullying with the thought of, ‘I was going to step in if it […]

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Four-year-old Noah shows his glasses to the camera. Noah’s mom, Lindsey Fisher, created the Facebook group “Glasses for Noah” because her son was nervous about what other people would say about his glasses. (Glasses for Noah/Facebook)

Internet Helps Little Boy with Glasses Overcome Fear of Being Bullied

December 04, 2013

“I said, ‘Put your glasses on,’ and he just broke into tears,” Lindsey Fisher told WLTX, recalling her son Noah’s initial reaction to his brand new pair of specs. “It just broke my heart,” Lindsey continued. “And I finally got him to tell me why he was crying and he said because everyone was going […]

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Bristow’s students help create ‘report a bully’ web form

Bristow’s students help create ‘report a bully’ web form

December 02, 2013

Rylee Turner, a sixth-grader at Bristow Elementary School, says some people are afraid to speak out about bullying. Rylee’s done something about it. She’s what school officials call a “first responder.” First responders usually bring to mind firefighters, police officers and emergency medical technicians. However, the school defines its first responders as children who see […]

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Sarah Atwell Has ‘Elephant Man Syndrome’: Defies Bullying Using YouTube

Sarah Atwell Has ‘Elephant Man Syndrome’: Defies Bullying Using YouTube

November 29, 2013

Sarah Atwell has neurofibromatosis, which is the same condition that afflicted the “Elephant Man”, Joseph Merrick, at the end of the nineteenth century. A documentary about its psychological and physical effect upon her, “The Girl With Half a Face,” will be screened on Discovery Fit & Health on Dec. 18 at 10 p.m. (ET/PT). It […]

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Helena Farrell’s body was found in dense woodland half a mile from her home in January 2013 Photo: Cascade

Ginger bullying should be a hate crime, dad of dead schoolgirl claims

November 28, 2013

The father of a red-headed schoolgirl believes bullying contributed to her death and is calling for discrimination against ginger-haired people to be made a hate crime. Helena Farrell’s body was found in dense woodland half a mile from her home in January 2013 and despite an inquest not yet establishing a cause of death, her […]

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Campaign: Jordan Williams, a.k.a Mr England, hopes his new single will make a difference to bullying victims

‘Bullying doesn’t have to wreck your life!’ Mr England reveals

November 27, 2013

He’s the Michael Bublé tribute act turned Mr England singing sensation but life hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Jordan Williams. The 25-year-old has revealed that he was bullied while at school and that his experience is the reason for his insistence that proceeds from his new Christmas single go to an anti-bullying charity. Now […]

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AS bullying moves beyond the school playgrounds and into cyberspace,  the increasing problem is spotting the problem.

There is no safe haven from cyberspace bullying

November 26, 2013

A FRIEND’S daughter came home from school in tears the other day after being accused of bullying. It turned out it had just been a misunderstanding between friends, a lovers’ tiff so to speak. But accusations of bullying in the classroom are taken extremely seriously these days. National Anti-Bullying Week has just finished, with the […]

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Simon Walters dyed his naturally ginger hair brown in an attempt to stop bullies (NEWSTEAM)

Bullying: the killer stalking playgrounds and the Internet

November 25, 2013

The bullies picked on Simon Walters because he was different. That’s what they always do. The 14-year-old from Wolverhampton wasn’t too fat or too thin for them; he didn’t have a different colour skin. It was his hair they picked on. He was ginger. That was enough to get them started, says his father, Nigel. […]

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Teen rappers rapped with cyberbullying charges

Teen rappers rapped with cyberbullying charges

November 22, 2013

Four Guilderland High School students have been charged with a crime that wasn’t even on the books until about three years ago. It’s a cyber-bullying case that affects dozens of other students in their community and got the attention of police earlier this month. Police say they’re not sure what the motivation was, but they […]

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