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Wear Pink on February 27

Wear Pink on February 27

BURNABY—CUPE members across BC are encouraged to wear pink tomorrow, February 27, in support of National Anti-Bullying Day. By wearing pink, CUPE members will take a stand against bullying and bring awareness to this serious problem in schools, workplaces, and communities.

“Each year this event has grown and more and more members have participated,” says CUPE BC National Health & Safety Representative Vanessa Wolff. “It’s great to see so many CUPE members taking a stand against bullying and bringing awareness to this important issue.”

Please e-mail your photos from Anti-Bullying Day to ksutton@cupe.ca and we’ll post them to our web site. For more information on bullying please visit the Bullying Stops Here! website.

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