February 24, 2021 is Pink Shirt Day

How did Pink Shirt Day Originate?


In 2007 in Nova Scotia, Grade 12 students David Shepherd, Travis Price and a few friends saw that a Grade 9 student was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt on the first day of school.


They knew they had to do something to show that this kind of behavior was not OK.


They decided to go out and buy a bunch of pink shirts and hand them out to other students to wear.


By the end of that week, most of the students in the school were wearing pink shirts to show support for the Grade 9 student who was bullied.


This year, Pink Shirt Day is on February 24.  It is a day when people come together by wearing pink shirts to school or work to show they are against bullying.







New Free Mental Health Program in Saskatchewan

There is a new free program for mental health in Saskatchewan.  It is called BounceBack, and offeres anyone 15+ years support.


Check out:




for more information.








Support Services in & around Regina, SK during COVID-19

CMHA Saskatchewan FREE Mental Wellness Support Line.  The Wellness Support Line is for anyone who needs to talk about how they are doing during the pandemic.

Regina 1-306-535-4292

Provincial Division 1-306-421-1871

Youth Line 1-306-730-5900


THRIVE Walk – In Counselling – FREE Call-In Mental Health Support during COVID-19

Monday-Friday 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm




Online Therapy Unit – FREE online therapy support for Saskatchewan Residents 18 years and older.



Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm


Crisis Services Canada (24 hrs)



First Nations and Inuit Hope For Wellness Help Line (24 hrs)



Indian Residential School Crisis Line (24 hrs)



Kids Help Phone (24 hrs)


or text CONNECT to 686868


Regina Mobile Crisis (24 hrs)



Suicide Prevention and Support (24 hrs)



Trans Lifeline (24 hrs)



Saskatchewan Farm Stress Line (24 hrs)



Call/text 211 or visit https://sk.211.ca for info on support and services in Saskatchewan.

Special Thank You!

A special Thank You to Peoples Jewellers for donating stuffed animals for our police vehicles for people in trauma.

A special Thank You to Shoppers Drug Mart in Emerald Park, Saskatchewan for donating stuffed animals for our police vehicles for people in trauma.

These stuffed animals are sure to offer comfort during a time of need!