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Half Say They Were Bullied: Survey

Bullying has become a significant topic of discussion in recent years. But it is hardly a new issue. A new survey commissioned by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada has found that at least half of all adult Canadians experienced bullying as a child or teen years ago. And many still feel the impacts today.. To tell us more about the survey and his thoughts on the matter, we were joined by Bruce Macdonald. He's the president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. Listen audio (runs 4:28)

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