Harper Government Acknowledges The National Day to End Bullying!!!

n5 It’s great that Harper’s Government eyes are open and finally concerned about the seriousness of Bullying and kids dying, remember this post from April 15, 2013 “Three Faces of Bullying” so do that mean you are only concerned with 1/3 of the problem? https://terkinn.wordpress.com/2013/04/13/three-faces-of-bullying/, he is not for the people, my opinion, how tolerant we are, his motivation now is due to over whelming pressure, he could care less about the people. truth-bullying
The Harper Government acknowledges the National Day to End Bullying. OTTAWA, May 1, 2013 โ€” The Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety, the Honourable Rob Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Public Works and Government Services and Minister for Status of Women made the following statement on the National Day to End Bullying. In order to increase public awareness of this growing problem, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada, in partnership with CIBC, has declared May 1st as Belonging โ€“ National Day to End Bullying. โ€œOur Government recognizes that bullying is a serious concern for many Canadian families and communities,โ€ said Minister Toews. Canadian-Flagโ€œThrough our Governmentโ€™s investments in the National Crime Prevention Centre and education and awareness-raising activities, we are taking steps to address the problems of cyberbullying and bullying. On May 1st, I encourage Canadians to get informed and to speak out against bullying, so that together we can protect our young people.โ€ โ€œWe all have a stake in keeping children safe online,โ€ said Minister Nicholson. โ€œWe are working with our provincial and territorial partners to review the Criminal Code to ensure that we have the means to protect our children faith2โ€œBullying is a very serious issue and we all have a role to play to protect Canada’s youth against becoming victims,โ€ says Minister Ambrose. โ€œOur Government will remain vigilant when it comes to protecting Canada’s most vulnerable individuals – our children.โ€


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  1. hey, Iโ€™m sorry to do this through this way (I feel like a spam) but I have no idea how I can bring it to you in another way, I donโ€™t know if you have already noticed but Iโ€™m back in buissines
    And I really love what you do, doing something about bullying. I think most of the people here have been bullied, otherwise they shouldn’t follow you because they wouldn’t understand. Or a friend of them has been bullied
    with all the love
    Invisible Girl


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