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Her parents, Mike Shannon and Sara Shannon, have kept Sabrina’s spirit alive by advocating for safer school environments.
Sabrina’s Law, landmark legislation passed in Ontario in 2005, continues to influence school board policies in Canada.
Sabrina’s Law is a documentary produced by the National Film Board of Canada with Lank/Beach Productions and Merit Motion Pictures.
The film profiles the story of 13-year-old allergy advocate Sabrina Shannon, who died in September 2003 from an anaphylactic reaction while at school.
Sabrina’s Law was the first legislation of its kind in the world and has served as a model for legislation in other provinces and territories, as well as in the United States.
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