Social media responds to Amanda Todd's death Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 12, 2012 5:24PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012 11:55AM EDT After the death of a Coquitlam teen by apparent suicide, many people responded on YouTube sharing their experiences and condolences, including B.C. Premier Christy Clark. Watch More Video: Low oil prices can’t crush stampede spirit Hunt is on for WestJet bomb threat culprit 'I'm safer in Baghdad': Courtney Love caught in violent anti-Uber protest in Paris Greece suffering from 'brain drain' as thousands of doctors leave for Germany 'It's big business now.' Saskatchewan family sells farm after three generations on the land Say goodbye to popping bubble wrap? Shadow of debt crisis looms over Greek holiday isle Bomb threat made against Victoria-bound flight 'Yes' camp takes slim lead in Greek bailout referendum poll More Loblaw workers threaten to strike Trump is creating a 'nightmare scenario' for the GOP Freight train derails, catches fire in Tennessee Is the European Union divided over Greece? BP to pay $18.7-billion after 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill A glimpse at Canada’s least-visited national park Black church fires investigated across southern U.S. Animal control officers say dogs too often left in hot cars Foreign tourists say 'Cuban ethos' may fade with American influx South Korean 'comfort women' take protest to U.S. Sears Canada CEO steps down Comments AA More Related to this Story Multimedia: Videos in reaction to Amanda Todd's suicide Mounties launch probe into Amanda Todd’s death Pushed to the edge: Can you relate to Amanda Todd's story?