February 17, 2016 9:10 pm

#PinkShirtPromise post-it notes at Calgary-area mall vow to stop bullying

WATCH ABOVE: Hundreds of little pledges to fight bullying are going up on a wall inside the CrossIron Mills shopping centre, just north of Calgary. Mia Sosiak explains why.

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Hundreds of little pledges to fight bullying went up on a wall inside the CrossIron Mills shopping centre, just north of Calgary, Wednesday.

It’s part of a Shaw Communications initiative for social change called the #PinkShirtPromise.

As Mia Sosiak reports above, the national campaign will raise money – and awareness – to help communities combat bullying.

READ MORE: #PinkShirtPromise campaign makes bullying personal for participants

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