Bullying Prevention

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One high school student's mission to reduce bullying

When Ryan Si was in Grade 10, he felt inspired to make a difference in his school community and help improve the lives of his peers. Now he is teaching workshops to his fellow students to help reduce bullying. 

From CFL player to bullying prevention advocate: Meet Luc Mullinder

Saskatchewan Roughrider players have been spending their off-seasons teaching kids how to prevent bullying since 2009. The partnership between the Roughriders and the Canadian Red Cross started with Luc Mullinder and Weston Dressler, and has since grown to involve other former and current players.

What to do if you witness bullying

We started this series to provide more information on what to do in common emergencies – such as what to do if someone is experiencing a panic attack, or if someone were having a stroke. In this post, we take a look at what to do if you witness bullying.

How an ugly act of bullying inspired Lynelle Cantwell to speak up

When Lynelle Cantwell was in grade 12, a cruel poll online tried to bring her and other girls down - instead of letting the bullies win, Lynelle chose to take a stand. 

Join Red Cross Pink Day and be someone's hero

Would you be someone’s hero? If you witness bullying, whether it’s in the school halls, playgrounds or online, we encourage you to take a stand against it by speaking up if it is safe to do so. Join thousands across Canada uniting again for the annual Red Cross Pink Day on February 28.

Silver lining: Blizzard creates an opportunity to build connections and community in Nunavut

When a blizzard left some Red Crossers stranded in Nunavut, they decided to use it as an opportunity instead and ended up offering a psychological first aid course in their hotel for their fellow stranded travellers and whoever was interested. 

Students and teachers take action to transform bullying

“If not you, then who? You have the power to help stop bullying,” says Rachel Vicencio. She’s one of 90 leadership students at Johnston Heights Secondary School in Surrey, B.C., who has trained to become a Canadian Red Cross Beyond the Hurt Youth Facilitator.

Keeping your kids safe online

Here are 10 safety tips to help introduce your kids to the online world, as well as a few pointers on how to protect their privacy.

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