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Wearing pink to promote kindness

Posted Feb 27th, 2019

Wearing pink to promote kindness

You were likely seeing a lot of pink around our sites on Wednesday, Feb. 27.

Members of our team were very proud to join the Pink Shirt Day movement again this year to take a stand against bullying.

Many of them wore pink Be Kind shirts to show their support of the movement, which originated in 2007 after students in Nova Scotia wanted to show their support of another student who had been bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school.

More than 1,400 of our Be Kind shirts were sold this year.

At Niagara Health, we are committed to providing a respectful workplace where everyone feels valued and included, and where each person is responsible for contributing to a positive work environment. 

Thank you to our team for taking a stand against bullying, and a stand for kindness!

Learn more about Pink Shirt Day here.

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