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Surrey's Holland Park will be the site of a large candlelight vigil Friday night as people gather to remember Amanda Todd.
The 15-year old took her own life last week after years of relentless bullying.
Organizer Lucky Gill is asking everyone to wear pink to show bullying doesn't have a place in society.
"By attending the candlelight vigil and lighting the candles wherever they are, to let the others know if somebody else is going through the bullying right now that they should look around, there's a lot of help that's available, a lot of people do care."
More than 30 cities around the world will also be holding vigils.
Locally, it begins at six p.m.