Resolving conflict and even bullying is something that people deal with their whole lives.
Which means teaching ways to stop it as a child can be very important.
About 300 Regina public school students took part in the 20th annual Playground Conflict Managers Conference Thursday.
The students were educated in different ways to resolve conflict that arises at school.
Before participating, they were chosen as leaders in conflict management by their teachers.
Police Chief Evan Bray, who spoke to students at Campbell Collegiate Wednesday, says speaking gave him the chance to tell students police officers have a similar role in the community.
Bray says communication, and realizing what others feel and see may not be the same as your own, is very important in resolving issues.