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Canadian students love wearing 'boobies bracelets'

For educators of Prince Edward Island, there's nothing wrong with students wearing the new fashion accessory, "boobies bracelets".

Canadian youth push eastward in Pro-Somalia trek to Ottawa Special

Toronto - The historic Walk for Somalia has surpassed the halfway mark with the successful completion of day 5 of a trans-cities trek that kicked off on September 19.

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Thirty-nine years ago the World Vision 30 Hour Famine started what would become a nationwide event for teens in Canada to experience what hunger feels like first-hand.
 

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Supporters gather at the Bayshore Park to welcome their Walk for Somalia heroes.
Supporters gather at the Bayshore Park to welcome their Walk for Somalia heroes.
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Walk for Somalia members  Istar (5) and Samia (3)  reading during a short break.
Walk for Somalia members, Istar (5) and Samia (3), reading during a short break.
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Canadian youth walkers  including the Warsame family  pose for a group photo in Port Hope.
Canadian youth walkers including the Warsame family, pose for a group photo in Port Hope.
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Jubilant scenes as the Walk for Somalia team arrives in Ottawa.
Jubilant scenes as the Walk for Somalia team arrives in Ottawa.
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A number of students prepare for a vote mob demonstration.
A number of students prepare for a vote mob demonstration.
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A large crowd gathers at the Bayshore Park in Ottawa to receive the Walk for Somalia team.
A large crowd gathers at the Bayshore Park in Ottawa to receive the Walk for Somalia team.
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Supporters gather at the Community Centre in Bayshore Park  Ottawa  to receive the Walk for Somalia ...
Supporters gather at the Community Centre in Bayshore Park, Ottawa, to receive the Walk for Somalia team.
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Day 5 in Brighton.
Day 5 in Brighton.
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The Walk for Somalia team is flanked by supporters as they recount their heroic eight-day trans-citi...
The Walk for Somalia team is flanked by supporters as they recount their heroic eight-day trans-cities trek. Sitting (second left), is Abdifatah, holding son Hanad, 8 months old, who has made history by becoming the youngest member ever in a long distance, trans-cities walk in Canada.
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Ajax High School students walking with the team.
Ajax High School students walking with the team.
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Walkers in day 5 in Brighton  Ontario.
Walkers in day 5 in Brighton, Ontario.
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Community well wishers holding flags and balloons wait early as the Walk for Somalia team makes its ...
Community well wishers holding flags and balloons wait early as the Walk for Somalia team makes its way to the Bayshore Park in Ottawa.
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Stretching for muscle pain before heading out to the road.
Stretching for muscle pain before heading out to the road.
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Community members draped in Somali and Canadian flags get ready to receive the Walk for Somalia team...
Community members draped in Somali and Canadian flags get ready to receive the Walk for Somalia team.
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Day 5 in Brighton  Ontario.
Day 5 in Brighton, Ontario.
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Supporters waving Canadian and Somali flags converge at the Bayshore Park in Ottawa to welcome Walk ...
Supporters waving Canadian and Somali flags converge at the Bayshore Park in Ottawa to welcome Walk for Somalia heroes.
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Ottawa residents line up at the finish line to welcome the Walk for Somalia heroes.
Ottawa residents line up at the finish line to welcome the Walk for Somalia heroes.
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Camping in Brighton  Ontario.
Camping in Brighton, Ontario.
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Lunch break.
Lunch break.
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