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In the pink

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Staff of Coast Capital Savings and Central City wore pink shirts on Wednesday, Feb. 26 to help celebrate national Pink Shirt Day.

The campaign that started in 2007 is part of a national anti-bullying campaign against bullying in schools, communities and workplaces across the country.

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