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Standing up to bullying on the southwest coast

The Gulf News stood up to bullying this week. Reporter Chantelle MacIsaac and customer service representative Charlene Blackmore donned the signature pink T-shirts of the anti-bullying movement.
The Gulf News stood up to bullying this week. Reporter Chantelle MacIsaac and customer service representative Charlene Blackmore donned the signature pink T-shirts of the anti-bullying movement.

All along the southwest coast this week, people have been standing up to bullying.

Pink shirts have appeared in offices and schools as people let the world know bullying isn't acceptable.

The Gulf News would like to share the southwest coast's commitment to the campaign, and is seeking photos from activities that we can share on our website.

If you have photos from anti-bullying activities, send them to chantelle.macisaac@gulfnews.ca or btait@gulfnews.ca. You can also submit photos through our Facebook page.

Please include where the photo was taken and who is in the photo.

Submitted photos will appear in a photo gallery at gulfnews.ca at a later date.

Pink shirts have appeared in offices and schools as people let the world know bullying isn't acceptable.

The Gulf News would like to share the southwest coast's commitment to the campaign, and is seeking photos from activities that we can share on our website.

If you have photos from anti-bullying activities, send them to chantelle.macisaac@gulfnews.ca or btait@gulfnews.ca. You can also submit photos through our Facebook page.

Please include where the photo was taken and who is in the photo.

Submitted photos will appear in a photo gallery at gulfnews.ca at a later date.

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