Rocking pink on Pink Shirt Day. Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign. Student Kiana Ferguson said she wears the shirt to represent standing up for others.

Pink Shirt Day at FSJSS

Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign.

Rocking pink on Pink Shirt Day. Students and staff at Fort St. James Secondary School were wearing some serious pink to support the anti-bullying campaign.

Student Kiana Ferguson said she wears the shirt to represent standing up for others. “Be proud of yourself,” she said.

Student Morgan Prince said he wears the shirt because when he was younger, he himself was bullied and to show others: “I’m willing to stand up for the kids that can’t stand up for themselves or aren’t ready to,” he said.

 

Just Posted

Atom Stars host hockey tourney

Seven teams from the region clashed sticks

VIDEO: Orcas put on a show near Hornby Island

Louis Jobodin shares photos and video of his experience

Sunwing vacation passengers left at Abbotsford airport

YXX staffers receive praise for help to passengers; airline criticized

Ice dancers Virtue and Moir to carry flag for Canada at 2018 Olympics

The pair earned a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Diplomacy on agenda at North Korea summit in Vancouver

Foreign ministers from 20 countries are meeting Tuesday to discuss security and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

Kids chained in Calif. house of horrors; parents arrested

Authorities say an emaciated teenager led deputies to home where her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions

‘Reprehensible’: Trudeau abortion policy raises ire of U.S. right

“This man is reprehensible,” tweeted former White House staffer Sebastian Gorka

‘I shouldn’t have to have a husband:’ Winnipeg woman criticizes men-only club

Jodi Moskal discovered the Winnipeg Squash Racquet Club continues to ban women as members, as it has done since opening in 1909.

Japan public TV sends mistaken North Korean missile alert

The false alarm came two days after Hawaii’s emergency management department sent a mistaken warning

Most Read