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Kindness makes all the difference, and students from schools across Yellowknife joined together to share that message on Pink Shirt Day today.

Students shared heartfelt stories about their own experiences with bullying, taught others how to stand up to intimidation and took part in uplifting songs at the NWT Legislative Assembly.

Empathy and kindness are universal traits that everyone can share to brighten someone’s day.

Empathy and kindness are universal traits that everyone can share to brighten someone’s day.

Students from across Yellowknife will demonstrate how kindness can help overcome any challenge through music, photos and anecdotes.

This year’s theme is “Make Nice,” and acts as a friendly reminder that no matter what our differences are, kindness is always a choice worth making.

Dear friends & neighbours:

You know us. We are the people who run the Zamboni, who maintain the parks, keep your water safe and who make sure our town runs smoothly. We are your neighbours, your friends, your relatives.

This has been a difficult number of months for us.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada North wishes Stephen Petersen a relaxing and fruitful retirement.

Stephen Petersen served a long and distinguished career with PSAC, advancing the cause of workplace health and safety across the North.

Petersen is a proud Northerner, having first stepped into the sub-Arctic in 1983.

Petersen joined PSAC as an organizer in 2005, and then became the Health and Safety Representative in 2006.

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