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February 26th, 2014 is Pink Shirt Day!

This February, 26th, 2014, wear pink to draw attention to the importance of supportive relationships! Remind others about the story behind Pink Shirt Day to inspire others to become courageous in the face of injustice. Reflect on the actions that two brave Nova Scotia students took in protest against the harassment that was happening to a grade 9 boy because he was wearing a pink shirt to school. Since handing out pink t-shirts to all the boys in their school in 2007, Pink Shirt Day has been observed every year in February and now observed worldwide.

For more information on Pink Shirt Day, click here.

More information about why you should stand up to bullying is available on the following fact sheets:


Bullying: Relational Aggression Among University Students

Disabilities and Vulnerability to Bullying




May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month

Check out some of the great resources offered by Kelty Mental Health, including a reminder to stay mindful and present in the moment.

Living Mindfully

A list of resources put together by Kelty Mental Health

Not Myself Today

Did you know that up to 50,000 Canadians a day miss work due to mental health issues?

On June 6, 2013 you can participate in the Not Myself Today Campaign at your workplace. The focus is on bringing awareness to emotional health problems, especially at work where we spend so much of our time.

Visit their site here