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WHAT IS BULLYING?

Information courtesy of Red Cross Canada

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Bullying is a form of aggression where there is a power imbalance; the person doing the bullying has power over the person being victimized. In additional to any physical trauma incurred, bullying can result in serious emotional problems, including anxiety, low self-esteem, or depression.

TYPES OF BULLYING
BULLYING VS HARASSMENT

Bullying and harassment are similar, yet different:

WHAT IS DISCRIMINATION?

Discrimination is treating someone differently or poorly based on certain characteristics or differences. Bullying turns into harassment when the behaviour goes against Canada’s Human Rights Laws and focuses on treating people differently because of:

Local ways to give back:

https://www.thinkwear.ca/products/cool-to-be-kind-tee proceeds are being donated back into the community to a local mental health initiative, the Tyler Chislett Memorial Fund.

Supports:

Bonnyville Child & Adolescent Mental Health Clinic

780-826-3346 ext 234

www.bonnyvillecamhclinic.com/

Bonnyville Mental Health Services

780-826-2404

Bonnyville and District FCSS

780-826-2120

Dragonfly Counselling and Support Centre

780-812-3174

www.thedragonflycentre.com

Bonnyville Child & Family Services

780-826-3324

Bonnyville Care Centre (Hospital)

780-826-3311

Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre (Women’s Shelter)

780-594-3353

www.dmscc.ca

Bonnyville Native Friendship Centre

780-826-3374

www.bonnyvillefriendshipcentre.com