Related Since you’re here, we have a small favour to ask. At 1.7 million page views over the past year, more people than ever are reading SPN. We had hoped advertising local services and events would sustain this service, but … Continue reading →
February 22 is Pink Shirt Day. The Pink Promise, from PinkShirtDay.com The world can be a negative place sometimes, lowering self-esteem and creating bullying behaviour. This February, we aim to change that! By teaming up with Shaw and Coast Capital to bring #PinkShirtPromise to life on social media, you can … Continue reading →
– brought to you the BC RCMP Youth is one of the RCMP’s five strategic priorities. It is our objective to reduce youth involvement in crime, both as victims and offenders as well as to focus on risk factors such … Continue reading →
–Britt Santowski, SPN Yesterday, the local weekly print paper published an article in which was written “Bullying, especially the online kind, has plagued the council and district staff for months.” In their closing, they belaboured this sorrowful point. If by “bullying” the print paper … Continue reading →
-release from PinkShirtDay.ca Pink Shirt Day focuses on the importance of Kindness Over $1.2 million raised from t-shirts sales for anti-bullying programs in BC since 2008 On February 24, 2016 the CKNW Orphans’ Fund are encouraging all British Columbians to wear … Continue reading →
Please do your part. Bullying is a harsh reality for far too many of our children. And, it’s getting worse.
For a copy of the full transit, visit the RCMP site here.
Another day to wear pink, all in the name of anti-bullying. But what difference does one day of wearing pink really make? I’m watching my 10-year old live through the pain of girl gossip and exclusion, and today those who … Continue reading →