Harm Prevention

Children of the Street
Preventing Sexual Exploitation / Human Trafficking

Darkness to Light
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Toronto Police Service
General Safety Advice and Tips for Parents

ACT – Parents Raising Safe Kids

National Film Board of Canada
Films that Teach Youth to be Safe

Information on Youth Crime Prevention

Hazelden Foundation
Violence Prevention

Green Bear
Child Abuse Prevention

BC Ministry of Education
Resources Relating to School Safety

Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Teach Safe Schools
Preventing School Violence

Kids in the Know
Safety Education Program for Increasing Personal Safety of Children

Sexual Health Education


Erase Bullying
Anonymously Report Bullying/Harassment in BC Schools

Stop a Bully
Canada-Wide Bullying Reporting System

BCCPAC Speaking Up!
Parents’ Guide to Advocating for Students in Public Schools

Committee for Children

Imagine No Bullying

About Kids Health
Bullying Information

Stop Bullying

Bullying Prevention
What Parents Need to Know (e-book)


Bullying Ends Here

Canadian Safe Schools Network




Common Sense Media
Advice for parents on media and technology

Canada’s national tipline for anonymously reporting concerns about child sexual exploitation on the Internet.

Provides guidance on issues of self/peer exploitation (“sexting”) and reputation slander.

Be Web Aware
Information and tools to help parents manage Internet use in the home.

Advice and Resources to help parents manage current Internet trends.

Mobile applications that stop harassing or harmful texts, voice messages and MMS by creating a block list.

National Network to End Domestic Violence
Resources to respond to ways that technology impacts victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.

Safe Online Outreach Society
Online safety

Youth Privacy, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Resources and tools for parents and educators



Media Smarts

Mobile Safety

The Door that’s Not Locked

A Parent’s Guide to Facebook (PDF)

Take Back The Tech!
Using technology to raise awareness about gender-based violence on the Internet

Internet Safety Tips for Parents (PDF)
BC Ministry of Education