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We Belong flash mob

As part of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Youth Summit on March 21st, youth from our GTA Clubs performed a choreographed “We Belong” flash mob at Yonge-Dundas Square. The song and choreography was created by The Love Movement 4:16 to celebrate belonging through diversity.​ 


Pink Shirt Day – February 25th, 2015

Celebrating its eighth year, CKNW’s Pink Shirt Day builds awareness against bullying and encourages everyone to wear a pink shirt on February 25th. Funds raised go to supporting the CKNW Orphan’s Fund as well as Boys and Girls Clubs in communities across Western Canada. Boys and Girls Clubs across Canada also proudly participate in Pink Shirt Day because it promotes awareness, understanding and openness about bullying and a shared commitment to a solution.​



Youth United Anti Bullying Film Festival 2015

In February of 2012, the Boys & Girls Club Services of Greater Victoria, in conjunction with the members of Victoria's Community Centre Network (CCN), launched a new film festival contest, designed to engage local youth and teens in educating their peers and the wider community about the negative impact of bullying. Due to the tremendous success of this event, an outpouring of support from local organizations, and the response from community partners, the CCN decided to make this into an annual event. 2015 marked Victoria’s fourth annual Youth United Anti-Bullying Film Festival.   

St. Alban’s stands up against bullying

This video is a pledge to make St. Alban's a bully free space and help make sure that our Boys and Girls Club is a good place to be—for everyone.​

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Airdrie Boys and Girls Club demonstrate the effects of cyber bullying

This video was created by the members of the Torch Leadership Program to support anti-bullying initiatives and demonstrate the harsh effects of cyberbullying.​

Boys and Girls Clubs of Dieppe, Moncton & Riverview – Positive Actions make Positive Change 

These Clubs distributed a Pink Shirt Day pledge that had community members commit to doing a positive action, with the idea that building a community based on positive actions and values can reduce instances of bullying and build a safe, supportive community. 

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This video is a pledge to stand up against bullying and help make sure that the Boys and Girls Club of Lethbridge & District is a bully free space.​

Boys and Girls Club of Summerside - The Leadership Against Bullying Project

This video highlights the conversations at the Boys and Girls Club of Summerside to spread bullying awareness, as well as a challenge to take leadership against bullying.​

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wetaskiwin anti bullying.jpg Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day

Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin, in partnership with community members of the City of Wetaskiwin and Town of Millet, spearheaded the local Pink Shirt Day campaign that focuses on bullying that can happen anywhere and at any time, including, school, the playground, at home and in the work-place.
Boys and Girls Club of Cornwall/SDG anti-bullying book

As part of the Doing the Write Thing literacy program, Club members from seven after-school programs across Cornwall wrote short stories about bullying. The stories were written in English and French and the book was put together by the members themselves! As part of the book launch, the English stories were read aloud by “celebrity reader” Bill Roddy.

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