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Glen Canning, Advocate for Victims of Sexual Assault and Father of Rehtaeh Parsons
Glen Canning is the father of Rehtaeh Anne Parson, Rehtaeh was the victim of sexual assault perpetuated by four males in Nova Scotia in November of 2011. Rehtaeh ended her life on April 4, 2013, due to overwhelming amounts of cyber-abuse and victim shaming. Since Rehtaeh’s passing, Glen has been a powerful force in the advocacy of victims of sexual assault. Glen’s lived experience flues his drive to be a strong voice for victims of sexual assault. Join Glen Canning at the Canadian Conference on Promoting Healthy Relationships for Youth where he will be presenting a Keynote speech.     

Learn more about Glenn Canning, other speakers and the conference program here.

Glen Canning Social Media sharable for Healthy Relationships Conference, February 15-17, 2017

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