Adapted from CBC News by Nancy Carson
A pink shirt
It is 2007. A boy wakes up early.
It is his first day of school.
He is excited.
He puts on his new shirt.
It is pink.
Reading by Nila Gopaul
Submitted by Nate Prosser, Legal Services Society (LSS),
Edited by Nila Gopaul • Illustrations by Danette Byatt
Getting help with abuse – Part 1/6
WCR and LSS co-publish a series offering readers information about their legal rights in Canada.
Sally and Marsha are friends.
One day they meet.
They sit and talk.
Then Sally talks about her marriage.
In June, 2012, Premier Christy Clark
announced the B.C. government
will spend $2-million to help stop
bullying in schools.
Did you know?
About one in seven children in Canada
(aged 11 to 16) is bullied.
There are many warning signs when
children are bullied. For example:
Talk to your children about bullying.
What can they do to keep safe?
Some of the following things can help:
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