Cyberbullying is not just a problem for young people

This week we have an article about an RCMP investigation into several reports of cyberbullying on the social media platform TikTok. A teenager who posted a video to the network and someone else uploaded the video and then reposted it with overlaid messages suggesting the original poster was taking his …

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Access in the midst of a pandemic poses challenges

Jen Cornett, of Brandon, seeks grief counseling to recover from the sudden death of her boyfriend in November. Jackson’s Latasha Willis deals with anxiety and depression and has worked in counseling for many years. Stacey Spiehler of Oxford, diagnosed with bipolar II disorder, sees her counselor in Oxford Region 2 …

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UK unveils £ 50 banknote in honor of gay IT pioneer

The Bank of England on Thursday unveiled a new design for the high-value British banknote featuring WWII gay codebreaker Alan Turing, celebrating diversity even as money fell out of favor. The more durable and secure £ 50 polymer banknote (valued at around $ 70 or € 60) will go into …

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