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Bullying is about physical or social power meant to cause harm, fear or distress, including emotional harm or damage to ruin a person’s reputation. About 1 in 5 children are bullied regularly in Canada. Bullying can lead to mental health issues, poor school success, and can lead to deadly violence and suicide. Facts About Bullying […]

Children are forming and maintaining relationships online and offline with their peers from school, sports, clubs etc. and with people they may have never met before. In many cases their ‘online lives’ are just as important to them as their lives ‘offline’. Technology and sexual health are linked in many ways. Digital and social media […]

Alberta is a diverse community. Diversity can mean many things to each of us. It’s important that each definition reflect the ability to accept and celebrate each other. Diversity is all the ways we’re different from each other. It includes things like race, religion, culture, physical ability, mental ability, family make-up, socio-economic status and sexual […]

Important Phone Numbers No cost services available in many languages Emergency Services Ambulance, Fire and Police.  911Availability: 24 Hours Health Link Free nurse advice and general health information.  811Availability: 24 Hours 211 A free, confidential, multilingual, information and referral system providing information on government and community based health and social services. For a full list […]

 
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