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Dr. Debra Pepler speaks to City TV

About the problems young people face in the wake of the suspected suicide of a Port Coquitlam, B.C teen who made a video saying she was being relentlessly bullied.

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Dr. Wendy Craig in the Kingston Whig

Time for action against bullying

"Developing a national strategy to combat bullying is long overdue, a local expert says."

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Dr. Debra Pepler guest on CBC Radio

Ontario Today - Topic "What Stops Bullying"

"The suicide of BC teen Amanda Todd prompts calls for a national anti-bullying strategy."

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Dr. Wendy Craig on CBC News Canada

Anti-bullying campaigns get higher profile but few funds

"Despite growing awareness about the potentially devastating consequences of bullying, advocates working to combat the problem say they're badly in need of financial support."

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Dr. Debra Pepler on TVO Parents

Do We Need a National Strategy to Prevent Bullying?

"I forced myself to watch Amanda Todd's YouTube video today. It's heartbreaking. She describes the events that led to her attempts to kill herself. She did kill herself last week."

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Dr. Wendy Craig speaks to the National Post

"Cyber bullying on social media is at ‘a breaking point,’ says NDP MP championing private member’s bill"

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Dr. Wendy Craig in the Financial Press

Regarding electronic bullying and social media

"When Dany Morin was being picked on in high school, there was no such thing as Facebook."

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Dr. Wendy Craig talks to the Huffington Post Canada

The Least We Can Do Is Learn From Amanda Todd

"With the recent case of 15-year old Amanda Todd, (a former Grade 10 student at the Coquitlam Alternate Basic Education school in British Columbia, who killed herself Wednesday as a result of a cyberbullying campaign..."

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