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Help Create a Bully-Free Alberta

Call the Bullying Prevention Helpline. It’s available toll-free 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1‑888‑456‑2323. Help is provided in more than 170 languages.

Day of Pink – April 9, 2014

Celebrate International Day of Pink against bullying, discrimination, homophobia and transphobia in schools, workplaces and communities. Play your part by wearing pink and tweeting #DayofPink and #albertapink. Hand out these fact sheets at your events.

Pink Shirt Day – February 26, 2014

Paint your town pink by wearing pink on February 26. Check out events around Alberta.

Safer Safer Internet Day – February 11, 2014

Safer Internet Day promotes safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile devices for children, youth and adults. Find out more.

National Bullying Awareness Week (November 16-22, 2014)

National Bullying Awareness Week (NBAW) is the third week of November. Look for events that have happened in your community to start planning for 2014.

Bullying Prevention and Healthy Relationships Webcast – November 18, 2013

Learn how bullying affects children, adults and seniors, and how you can promote healthy, respectful relationships in your community, school and workplace.

Local NBAW Events

Communities across the province have planned events to recognize Family Violence Prevention Month and National Bullying Awareness Week. To find out about past events in your community, click on the links below. Events are added on an ongoing basis. To find out which region your community is in click here.

Events by Region:

Tools and Resources


For children

Play an interactive, online game teaching kids how to protect themselves and others from bullying.

For youth

B-free.ca is a website developed by youth for youth with strategies and information on bullying.

For adults

Bully Free Alberta was created to help adults learn positive strategies on bullying prevention and intervention in children and youth.

Modified: 2014-04-09
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