MPs to debate NDP anti-bullying strategy
Air Date: Oct 12, 2012 12:00 AM ET
This week on The House, in the aftermath of 15-year-old Amanda Todd's suicide following years of bullying, guest-host Chris Hall talks to two parliamentarians about their personal experiences with the problem and what politicians can do to help. New Democrat MP Dany Morin's private member's motion to develop a National Bullying Prevention Strategy will be debated for the first time in Parliament on Monday. And Kerry-Lynne Findlay, is the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and M-P for Delta-Richmond East in British Colombia.
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