Uncategorized ABOUT by Glen Canning February 19, 2019 written by Glen Canning February 19, 2019 Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Share 0 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Glen Canning Glen Canning is an award winning advocate for victims of sexual assault and one of Huffington Post Canada's top contributors. previous post FAQ next post FAQ Page You may also like Barry Winters Gets His Day #Edmonton #RehtaehParsons February 19, 2019 Pale Blue Dot February 19, 2019 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women February 19, 2019 New York February 19, 2019 The Internet: Do We Really Have No Privacy February 19, 2019 Girls Inc – Durham February 19, 2019 How to Not Get Raped February 19, 2019 For Victims of Violence in Canada February 19, 2019 Live like this February 19, 2019 Staind frontman Aaron Lewis confronts molesters February 19, 2019 3 comments wen ng February 26, 2019 - 9:36 pm I just watched your story on Netflix, a few years well after the incident but still very moving no less. I just had to say that you handled the entire ordeal with such decency, dignity and strength. I think most out there would’ve been considerably less gracious and would’ve probably taken the law into their own hands. As sad as it is to lose a loved one in such a manner…no doubt there has been something much more bigger, positive and world changing that has come out of this, which to me seems perhaps preordained. In the face of such evil and adversity you have set a fine example for all to follow and aspire to. Loading... Glen Canning March 4, 2019 - 7:11 am Thank you for your kind words <3 Loading... Tracie Mccabe March 29, 2019 - 12:28 pm Totally agree after watching this why should these boys have anonymity it discussed me I am very sorry for your family’s loss glen x the law needs to take a good hardlook !!! These boys when they have kids can’t imagine there pain x Loading... Comments are closed.