My Wonderful Amazing Daughter March 8, 2012 2:27 PM. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – Nova Scotia Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditGoogleLinkedInEmailMorePrintLike this:Like Loading... By Glen Canning| 2016-10-21T21:42:59+00:00 October 22nd, 2015|Categories: Photography, Rehtaeh Parsons|3 Comments 3 Comments Liz Welsby November 10, 2015 at 8:14 am Good morning Mr Canning, Yesterday I watched a documentary on RT about the awful sexual assault on your young daughter Rehtaeh……I missed the beginning so watched again this morning with my other half. We’re in Lancashire, England and wanted to thank you for being brave and speaking out about the disgraceful mistreatment of your daughter and making people aware of the many failings in the RCMP’s investigation of this crime and subsequent relentless abuse of your daughter. As parents of an eleven year old who has been severely bullied at school, both physically and mentally, including cyberbullying, we understand a part of what you and Rehtaeh’s mother and of course Rehtaeh have been through but cannot comprehend the awful loss of your daughter that you are now having to live with. We are lucky to still have our daughter with us although she has talked of ending her life because of the horrendous bullying she has endured on and off throughout her school life and we have deregistered her from the secondary school she attended for just 12 days in September because of the lack of proper care or intervention from the teaching staff. Life is too short to risk harm to our children and we sincerely wish there had been a different outcome for your beautiful daughter but I am certain she is incredibly proud of you and the rest of her family for continuing to do all you can to get justice for her and bring this matter to the World’s attention. Kind regards, Liz Susan Flanagan October 29, 2015 at 12:27 am Hi Glen. I just saw a showing of No Place to Hide in Toronto tonight and was so devastated by both the unimagible pain that your beautiful daughter went through and the unbearable grief you and her mother are dealing with. Your continued efforts to honour your daughter and never have society forget this travesty is a very brave thing to do. Heartfelt wishes that you and Rehtaeh’s mother as you continue on this journey. Susan Glen October 29, 2015 at 7:29 am Thank you Susan. I appreciate very much your words. God bless. Comments are closed.