A Show of Hearts C100

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A Show of Hearts
East Coasters are known for having big hearts, and in light of the April 19th tragedy, they are needed now more than ever.

Click here to print this heart colouring page, decorate it and place it in your front window to show our love for the victims and their families. 

We are #NovaScotiaStrong.
There will be a vigil held Virtually on Friday, April 24. You can watch 'attend' through this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/161680291833020

@westinns last night 💙 #NovaScotiaStrong #C100Mornings (📸: @halifaxnoise/@westinns)

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How to Help the families of the victims

Here are links to the current fundraisers happening to support victims and their families, this list will be updated as more information becomes available:

GoFundMe: Nova Scotia Family of 3 Tragedy

GoFundMe: For the Zahl Family

GoFundMe: In loving memory of Kristen Beaton

GoFundMe: In Loving Memory of Gina

GoFundMe: Joey Webber Wife and Daughters Fund

GoFundMe: Supporting the family of Cst Heidi Stevenson

GoFundMe: Support for the O’Brien Family

GoFundMe: Showing love and strength for Greg & Jamie’s boys


Support for You and Your loved ones:

This tragic event will be difficult to process, but you are not alone. If you or someone you love is struggling, please reach out to one of these resources:

  • The Provincial Mental Health Crisis Line is available 24/7, by calling toll-free 1-888-429-8167.
  • A Kids Help Phone counsellor is available 24/7 at 1-800-668-6868. Or text 68 68 68
  • If you would like to self-refer to our Community Mental Health and Addictions clinics, Withdrawal Management Services, or Opioid Replacement and Treatment Program, call (toll-free) 1-855--922-1122, weekdays 8:30 to 4:30*. *This line has voicemail only evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays.

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