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P.E.I. residents participate in Pink Shirt Day

Five-year-old Charlottetown resident Brooklyn Stretch, from left, and her two-year-old sister Brielle Pawlowska make some slime while donning their new shirts given out by Toys ‘R’ Us Canada to support the anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day campaign. Pink Shirt Day educates and inspires Canadians to take action against violence and bullying. Toys ‘R’ Us Canada gave shirts reading “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully” to its first 100 customers after 11 a.m. on Saturday.
Five-year-old Charlottetown resident Brooklyn Stretch, from left, and her two-year-old sister Brielle Pawlowska make some slime while donning their new shirts given out by Toys ‘R’ Us Canada to support the anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day campaign. Pink Shirt Day educates and inspires Canadians to take action against violence and bullying. Toys ‘R’ Us Canada gave shirts reading “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully” to its first 100 customers after 11 a.m. on Saturday. - Katherine Hunt

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