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We received some great pictures of your WEAAD celebrations across Canada!
From Vancouver Island to Newfoundland, thank you to all organizers and participants who marked the occasion and raised awareness of Elder Abuse in their communities!

  • Government House glows purple on June 15, 2018 (St John's, Newfoundland)
  • BC Place glows purple in support of WEAAD 2018
  • Science World Vancouver showed their support by lighting the dome purple on June 15
  • Rochella Vassell (Elder Abuse Ontario) during an It's Not Right - NFF presentation
  • Kippens, NL - Silverwood Manor residents celebrated by crafting WEAAD acitivity bags (June12, 2018)
  • WEAAD supporters painted their pinkies purple for the occasion! (Fort McMurray, Alberta)
  • Paint your pinky purple! (Fort McMurray, AB)
  • Fort Mc Murray, Alberta
  • Canada Place's sails were purple in Vancouver
  • Planting the seeds of change with EAO at Del Gold Seniors Housing in Delhi, Ontario
  • Never too young to raise awareness - Algonquin School, Elgin, Ont.
  • Three flags over Victoria
  • The Courtenay CRN WEAAD table (BC)
  • The BCCRN WEAAD flag flies in front of the BC Parliament Building
  • Burnaby Deer Lake Park - The Chinese CRN celebrates WEAAD in style


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