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Cyberbullying targeted in new TV, online ad campaign

Justice Minister Peter MacKay says the federal government will use television and online advertising to raise awareness about cyberbullying and the possible legal consequences of using the internet to torment people.

Anti-cyberbullying recommendations delivered to Ghiz

Anti-cyberbullying recommendations delivered to Ghiz

school children and one of the world’s leading experts on cyberbullying delivered a list of recommendations to the premier on Friday to help stop the problem on P.

Judge orders end to Facebook cyberbullying under new law

Judge uses new N.S. law to order halt to cyberbullying

Judge uses new N. law to order halt to cyberbullying

Dragons' Den-like contest to fund francophone businesses Francophone economic development group to help people prepare business pitches

Dragons' Den-like contest to fund francophone businesses

Francophone entrepreneurs on P. are being invited into a Dragons’ Den-like contest.

Temporary foreign worker worries about future in N.L.

Temporary foreign worker worries about future in N.L.

Temporary foreign worker worries about future in N.

Deported senior allowed back in Canada  30-year pals Mildred Sanford and Nancy Inferrera refused to be separated

Deported senior allowed back in Canada

Deported senior allowed back in Canada pals Mildred Sanford and Nancy Inferrera refused to be separated

June Oscar and Emily Carter have initiated programs to reduce alcohol abuse in their community.

Elders impart a few home truths

New Maryland teen sets sights on council seat

New Maryland teen sets sights on council seat

New Maryland voters will be heading to polls in two weeks to fill a vacant council position and a young village resident is trying to inject his youth into local politics.

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