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Wanting to set the right example for his daughter, this dad contacted the classmate he bullied 20 years ago to apologize.
The bad news is we perceive bullying to be more prolific than it was when we were young. The good news is we seem to be more aware and less tolerant of its destructive effects. We're split on how effectively our schools are dealing with the problem, to be sure. But the conversations are more open; the subject less beguiling.
MONTREAL - The Quebec government has announced new legislation and a $1-million-a-year ad campaign geared at cracking down on bullying in schools.Charest says his government will introduce a bill in t...