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Bullying Prevention (Page 7)

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Back to school bullying prevention tips

Summer is over and it's that time of year again! With the kids back in school we thought it'd be helpful to offer parents some bullying and cyberbullying tips. It's not only important for youth within schools to stand up to bullying, but for parents ...

Photo of the Day: A show of pink

A visit to Peggy’s Cove as part of the Canadian Red Cross' national AGM in Halifax turned into an opportunity for Red Crossers to pose with their pink t-shirts to show their support and commitment to bullying prevention. Nova Scotia is where pink s...

Photo of the Day: Imagine No More Bullies

Yesterday in Toronto, the Canadian Red Cross held an event on the important and very timely topic of bullying prevention. The event’s special host was Anne-Marie Mediwake, Co-Anchor of CBC News Toronto at 5. During the event, a panel of experts ...

Photo of the Day: Fergie Jenkins Foundation helping to strike out violence and abuse

Last weekend, the Fergie Jenkins Foundation showed its support for the Canadian Red Cross RespectED: Violence and Abuse prevention program while at the Sportscard @ Memorabilia Expo in Toronto.  The foundation raised $7,500 for the program by selli...

Volunteer profile: Kiran speaks out against bullying

For almost two years, Kiran Cheema has been volunteering for the Red Cross Violence @ Abuse Prevention Program, RespectED. The grade 12 student and aspiring medical school student from Surrey, BC is an enthusiastic peer facilitator for the Beyond the...

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