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Pink Shirt Day at the Prince Rupert Friendship House Preschool with Norma Jean, Dylan, James, Grace, Scarlett, Elizabeth and Teacher Terri. (Melissa Boutilier photo)

The Northern View team wore their pink shirts for national Anti-Bullying Day. (Terry St. Pierre photo)

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