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REGINA - Education Minister Don Morgan says an anti-bullying report will be made public soon — probably during anti-bullying week in November.
The report is being worked on by Saskatoon MLA Jennifer Campeau, who has been tasked with holding public consultations and looking at anti-bullying strategies.
Morgan says the government's response will come out at the same time as the report.
The Opposition says the government shouldn't wait to release the report in anti-bullying week, which runs Nov. 17 to 22.
NDP Leader Cam Broten (BRO'-tin) says there are children in Saskatchewan who fear going to school, so urgent action is needed.
Last month, North Battleford mother Kim Loik ('LOY-k) said her 15-year-old son Todd killed himself after being bullied on Facebook and through texts on his cellphone.
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