Pink Shirt Day 2020 takes place on February 26th. Get your official t-shirt from London Drugs and support local anti-bullying programs.
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On Pink Shirt Day (Feb 27, 2019) YWCA Metro Vancouver youth leaders and a panel of experts will be hosting a free event at Hootsuite: Building Healthy Online Communities in the Age of Cancel Culture.
Pink Shirt Day is February 27, 2019 and official Pink Shirt Day t-shirts are now available at all London Drugs locations across Western Canada in youth or adult sizes.
I wrote about cyberbullying a decade ago: here’s what’s different about this problem today. I share my story and some great resources from RiseAbove with TELUS that can help empower youth to stand up to cyberbullying.
You are invited to share your Pink Shirt Promises to help end bullying by posting your positive message on the Post-it Pink wall in Centre Court at Guildford Town Centre in Surrey and at the Metropolis at Metrotown Grand Court in Burnaby. Pink Shirt Promises in Surrey Post your message on the Post-it Pink wall […]
Today is Safer Internet Day, an initiative focused on reducing cyberbullying and promoting responsible Internet use. Safer Internet Day When I was growing up, bullying involved punching, shoving, teasing, spreading bad rumours, keeping certain people out of a group, and getting certain people to “gang-up” on others. Now, with so many more ways to communicate […]