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Prince Rupert Middle School holds anti-bullying flash mob

Students from Prince Rupert Middle School braved the wind and rain on Feb. 27 to send an anti-bullying message at the Court House.

About 500 students and staff, most decked out in pink shirts as part of Pink Shirt Day, walked down McBride from the middle school before dancing as one on the Court house lawn to Pink's Perfect.

Editor's note: Audio issues with the video are due to technical difficulties with the equipment. We apologize for that, but wanted to share this video to show the efforts of the students in promoting an end to bullying.

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