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Tower has historic value

Bullying still happens...

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Unpaid leave to With kids now kids are just more aggressive In Touchouch
From the
care for seriously back in school for Publisher’s Desk or impulsive by nature. But Beyond the Blue
simply put, bullying
ill relative A new choice... several weeks, it's Dana McArthur by Royboy by GEORGE VANDERBURG
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
a good time to continues because it fulfills
remind families to an impulse.
keep an eye out for any signs of Common reasons given for bullying
Letter to the Editor bullying. include making themselves feel stronger
Bullying is a conscious, wilful, or smarter, popularity, jealousy, being My
deliberate, hostile, and repeated bullied themselves, or a combination of ViewPoint
behaviour by one or more people reasons.
There is also fears, according which is intended to harm others. It Regardless of the reasons, people who by Adrienne Tait
to the Wildrose, that the NDP
Building Canada Plan can take on many forms including bully have not learned simple kindness,
may be pulling funding for physical, emotional, verbal, cyber, compassion, and respect for others. They
self-managed care. Self- and peer exclusion. prey on the fear kids have of being
managed care allows Signs your child might be the victim labelled a squealer or on threats to cause
Tip greater flexibility in of bullying include unexplained greater suffering. Views & News West Yellowhead MLA Robin Campbell
meeting individual
And there lies the key to ending the
injuries, lost or destroyed clothing,
of needs and certainly books or personal items, faking bullying. The bullier's greatest strength by Deanna Mitchener
was of benefit in my
becomes their greatest weakness —when
the Hat mother’s care. illnesses, skipping meals or binge you tell a parent or teacher.
eating, difficulty sleeping or frequent
nightmares, declining grades, loss of Parents of school children today are far Letter to the Editor Policy
interest in schoolwork or not wanting more likely to say bullying that was
to go to school, and may include self- reported had a greater satisfactory The Weekly Anchor
Letter to the Editor Policy destructive behaviours such as outcome, than unreported bullying.
The Weekly Anchor welcomes hurting themselves. With the right combination of welcomes the NDP invoking closure on Man in the
letters to the editor. With the amount of education and understanding, initiatives, and deterrents letters to the editor debate for Bill 6 despite
All letters are published at the discretion of the editor- effort going on in Edson and bullying behaviour can be changed —but Wildrose MLAs tabling a Red Hat
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and libel. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the to believe that this kind of despicable happening. the editor-publisher who reserves the right to 30,000 Albertans who are
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