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Where can we find more information about the coalition?

No apparent google or facebook results on searches.

As a General rule this is nice, but like Politically Correct.. this will go past the point of balance to the point where looking at someone wrong will be identified as "bullying".
Understanding the issue is one thing, making it a community Watch dog is another. If we put council on this, then we should have a councillor sit on EVERY social movement out there! To Each their own.. the relevance of a topic is only relevant to those who make it so. NEXT please..

Fact:The school system is broken.

My son has been bullied his entire school life, and things have not gotten better.

Worse of all, is the total lack of interest the school has in making it better. As far as I am concerned, any anti-bullying program at schools is just lip-service.

My son (who is in Graqde 8)is the one who is almost always 'in the wrong' when it comes to these issues. He has things frequesntly stolen from him. Kids take things out of his desk, and raid his locker. Yet, no teacher ever sees ANY of this stuff happen.
A few weeks ago he went to the bathroom and left his baseball cap on his desk. When he came back, it was gone. The teacher did nothing. They either have no power, or choose not to use it.
Last year, some of these same kids started telling my younger son (who was in SK) that his brother was gay. When I approached the principal, she did nothing to the boys who did it.
My oldest son has decided that he doesnt want to go on his grade 8 trip, and that breaks my heart. I remember my grade 8 trip very fondly, and it saddens me that he will not have these memories.
I try to tell him that things will be better, just wait til next year.
But next year is just another year, in our broken educational system.

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I'm forming the Guelph Anti-Taxpayer-Bullying League. We will lobby for the removal of public officials who take our lunch money or abuse us using Google Street View.

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Joanne Shuttleworth is the newsroom lead in municipal affairs coverage for the Guelph Mercury. She is a former Guelph YWCA Woman of Distinction honouree and a past winner of an Ontario Newspapers Award for her work as an editor. You can reach her at jshuttleworth@guelphmercury.com

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    covers municipal affairs and politics for the Guelph Mercury. Prior to joining the Mercury he worked at The Record of Waterloo Region and at The Canadian Press. He can be reached at cherhalt@guelphmercury.com