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Be Kind Online is a movement as much as it is a message. Check back frequently on how we are sharing good deeds and spreading kindness.

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

We felt the joy and excitement as we gathered together to learn and celebrate the culture of First Nations, Metis and Inuit people.

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Rush Players Spread the Message

We asked a few of your favourite Saskatchewan Rush players to trade in their green for pink.

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Kindness = Fun!

We had a blast celebrating Pink Shirt Day by spreading kindness on the SaskTel Be Kind Online bus.

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Flood the Internet with Kindness

If you have nothing nice to say – leave it to us. Leave no room for negativity and brighten someone’s day with SaskTel Be Kind Online.

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Be Kind Online Program Launch

SaskTel today announced that I Am Stronger, one of Canada’s oldest dedicated cyberbullying prevention and awareness programs, is transforming to better meet the needs of a new generation by becoming Be Kind Online!

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Be Kind Online: Third Annual I Am Stronger Rally

Students packed the Greenall High School gym in Balgonie for the third annual I Am Stronger (IAS) Rally on November 14, in honour of National Bullying Awareness Week.

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Canadian Legal Consequences of Cyberbullying

This page provides an overview of Canadian cyberbullying laws including federal cyberbullying legislation, other laws related to cyberbullying, links to provincial laws related to cyberbullying and other federal government resources to learn more about the law.

Canadian Legal Consequences of Cyberbullying

Common Sense Media

The website contains resources to incorporate digital citizenship education into the classroom including lesson plans, videos and interactive assessments to measure student understanding of digital citizenship and digital literacy concepts.


Get Cyber Safe

Created by the Government of Canada, this website will increase awareness of common online threats and cyber safety. The site contains interactive videos and information about cyberbullying for parents and teens.



MyGSA.ca is Canada’s website for safer and inclusive schools for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community. The site contains resources for parents and educators.