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Hundreds of people turned out to a public vigil at Surrey's Holland Park.
It's all to pay tribute to 15 year old Amanda Todd who took her own life last week.
Candles lit the fountain in the middle of the park.
The crowd continued to grow as darkness fell.
Politicians, RCMP officers, firefighters and other officials were noticeable in the crowd but the focus was clearly on the fight against bullying with many people wearing pink.
Amanda Todd killed herself after years of relentless bullying, much of it online.
Speakers told their own stories of struggles, each of them calling for changes to be made, both legally and socially, in the fight against bullying.