iPledge Challenge

We're Taking the #iPledgeChallenge to End Bullying

Newstalk 610 CKTB, 105.7 EZ Rock and 97.7 HTZ-FM are teaming up with the District School Board of Niagara and the Niagara Regional Police to take the #iPledgeChallenge - a campaign that focuses on people not just taking the pledge to end bullying but living it … and we want you to join us! 

All through the month of February, we’ll be letting you know what each of us is pledging to do to help end bullying. Follow us on social media or come back here to see our pledges. 



Join in and Take The Pledge Too!


1. Make a video telling the world what action you plan to take to end bullying. Don't know what to pledge? Check out some other #iPledgeChallenge pledges here

2. In the video, challenge someone you know to take the pledge too and keep the trend going. 

3. Post your video to social media with the hashtag #iPledgeChallenge! 




What is bullying? 

Bullying refers to repetitive behaviour intended to mentally, physically or emotionally harm or isolate a person and involves a real or perceived imbalance of power. It can look different from situation to situation and range from comments, gossip and intimidation to unwanted touching and assault.

  • Children

    1 in 3 Canadian adolescent students has recently reported being bullied and 47% of Canadian parents report having a child victim of bullying. Learn more about childhood bullying.
  • Cyber Bullying

    73% of cyberbullying victims received threatening or aggressive emails or instant messages making it the most common type of cyberbullying. Learn more about cyberbullying.
  • Workplace

    In the workplace, a bullied person can start to feel frustrated or helpless, lose confidence and feel vulnerable. Learn more about workplace bullying.