Fifth-grade students call Canadian politician's ads cyberbullying

05/17/2013 | Vancouver Sun (British Columbia), The

Fifth-grade students at an Ottawa, Canada, school are writing letters to Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an effort to halt political ads against his opponent Justin Trudeau, calling the ads a form of cyberbullying. Teacher Natalie Casault said the students decided to write letters after seeing some political ads as part of lessons on government. Harper's campaign has not responded.

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