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A woman holds a photo as several hundred people attend a community vigil at Victoria Park in Halifax on April 11, 2013, to remember Rehtaeh Parsons, who died by suicide.
A woman holds a photo as several hundred people attend a community vigil at Victoria Park in Halifax on April 11, 2013, to remember Rehtaeh Parsons, who died by suicide.
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How Rehtaeh's tragedy galvanized N.S. health minister against cyberbullying

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The painful and personal memories of Nova Scotia’s new health minister is motivating him to carry on the cause of bullied teens, a campaign sparked by the tragedy of Rehtaeh Parsons.