Will it be enough? Weeks after the death of Rehtaeh Parsons, Nova Scotia has introduced a new bill it hopes will deal with bullying and cyberbullying. Rehtaeh died on April 7th, after attempting suicide. In 2011, she told her mother that four boys had sexually assaulted her, and then a photo of the alleged assault began circulating at her school. Police investigated, but no charges were laid. Marilyn More is Nova Scotia's Minister Responsible for the Status of Women.