Pink Revolution

Pink Revolution is a Saskatchewan-made initiative to promote diversity, prevent bullying, and take action to make our world a safer place. This year, Pink Revolution is back from April 8th to 14th!
We’re inviting everyone to participate and make a difference, not only by wearing pink but also by holding events and activities to engage your community. When you get involved and wear pink, you spread the message that bullying, violence and discrimination motivated by sexism, racism, ethnocentrism, heterosexism, ableism, ageism, and classism are not acceptable!

Get Involved!

Pink Events

Youth Contests


  1. Shalyn Sabean

    My son finds it very hard to make friends at school or anywhere. I am not totally sure if he is being bullied or not at school, but I babysit and I watched the other boys take off down the sidewalk this morning and him wiping his eyes because he was crying. I am at a loss of things to do. He has a low self esteem anways. I have talked to his teachers and of course they never see anything. I just hate that my little boy who is 9, is feeling this way and he really doesn’t know how to express himself to his father and myself.

    • Stephanie

      Hi Shalyn, Your concerns are very understandable, and the whole situation must be very frustrating and frightening for you. If you’d like to talk about it, please feel free to give us a call here at the Centre- 306-665-1224. We’d be happy to help you talk through the situation and maybe develop a plan.

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