Toys’R’Us battles bullying
Okanagan Edge Staff - Feb 15, 2019 - Get Involved

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Toys’R’Us is once again doing all it can to end bullying.

The toy store will be handing out 100 pink T-shirts at each of its locations on Saturday for kids to wear on Anti-Bullying Day, which is Wednesday, Feb. 27.

Pink Shirt Day, as Anti-Bullying Day is also known, originated in Canada in 2007 and inspires Canadians to take action against violence and bullying.

The T-shirts, which read ‘Be a Buddy, Not a Bully,’ will be given away starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday at all 82 of Canada’s Toys’R’Us and Babies’R’Us stores.

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