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Port Coquitlam mayor seeks support for texting program for bullied youth

A texting program that links bullied kids with resources and counsellors could be beta tested in the Tri-Cities as early as next year if funding can be arranged to support the program. And on Sunday Dec. 8, the community is invited to take part in the I am Someone Walk to End Bullying to help […]

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Walk to end bullying set for Dec. 8 in Port Coquitlam

The I Am Someone Walk to End Bullying returns to Port Coquitlam on Sunday, Dec. 8 for a second year, bringing together the local and regional community to raise awareness and funds, and show support for anti-bullying resources and on-going community education. Children, teens, adults, and pets (on leashes) are invited to join friends and […]

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I am Someone Walk attracts supporters of program to support youth

Wearing pink and carrying pink umbrellas, more than 100 people turned out for the I am Someone Walk to End Bullying in Port Coquitlam on Sunday, Dec. 8. The event was held to raise funds for a texting program that links bullied kids with resources and counsellors. According to Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore, the program could […]

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Walk to End Bullying draws a crowd

When Gary Mauris saw Amanda Todd’s viral YouTube video, it made him think about the cyber dangers facing his teen daughter’s generation, and he knew he had to do something. About 150 people, including many high schoolers, marched through a small stretch of Port Coquitlam on Sunday afternoon as part of the Walk to End […]

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Army decked out in pink marches against bullying

When Gary Mauris saw Amanda Todd’s viral YouTube video, it made him think about the cyber dangers facing his teen daughter’s generation, and he knew he had to do something. About 150 people, including many high schoolers, marched through a small stretch of Port Coquitlam Sunday afternoon as part of Mauris’s non-profit society’s I Am […]

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Hundreds march through Port Coquitlam to end bullying

PORT COQUITLAM (NEWS1130) — A crowd numbering in the hundreds donned pink t-shirts and umbrellas to march through Port Coquitlam for the I AM SOMEONE Walk. The group hosted the walk last year, then called The Snowflake Walk in memory of Amanda Todd, but organizer Greg Moore explains how they wanted to have a wider scope this […]

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Anti-bullying walk set for Sunday in Port Coquitlam

An anti-bullying walk is set to take place in Port Coquitlam on Sunday. It was originally named the “Snowflake Walk”, in memory of Amanda Todd, the youth who killed herself after cyber bullying. But, the walk has been rebranded to the “I AM SOMEONE Walk to End Bullying”. Gary Mauris is a co-founder of I […]

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Walk to end bullying set for Dec. 8 in Port Coquitlam

The I Am Someone Walk to End Bullying returns to Port Coquitlam on Sunday, Dec. 8 for a second year, bringing together the local and regional community to raise awareness and funds, and show support for anti-bullying resources and on-going community education. Children, teens, adults, and pets (on leashes) are invited to join friends and […]

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Port Coquitlam mayor seeks support for texting program for bullied youth

A texting program that links bullied kids with resources and counsellors could be beta tested in the Tri-Cities as early as next year if funding can be arranged to support the program. And on Sunday Dec. 8, the community is invited to take part in the I am Someone Walk to End Bullying to help […]

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Snowflake Walk Honours Amanda Todd, Unites Port Coquitlam Citizens Against Bullying

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. – People uniting against bullying are joining Amanda Todd’s mother today in a special walk named after the B.C. teen. A public event called the Snowflake Walk is named in honour of the 15-year-old who took her own life in October after repeated harassment. Snowflake was Carol Todd’s nickname for her daughter, […]

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