Resources

Guard yourself against the effects of bullying and cyberbullying with these resources. Learn ways to stay safer online, find assistance for those in need (yourself or others), or simply get educated on how to be a better advocate for inclusion.

We’ve got the tools for everyone, from kids to teens, teachers to parents.

 

Cyberbullying

What To Do When Your Child Cyberbullies Others

Read this information sheet for tips when your child is the cyberbully. Learn More

Cyberbullying Research Center
tips-for-parents-when-your-child-cyberbullies-others

There’s No Excuse

MediaSmarts and TELUS Wise have created a series of four short videos and accompanying resources called There’s No Excuse to help start the conversation around sexting and healthy relationships, and help youth understand that forwarding a sext can do a lot of harm. Learn More

Media Smarts - There's No Excuse

211 Saskatchewan

211 is a three-digit phone number and website that provides information to community services in Saskatchewan.

http://sk.211.ca/
211

Canadian Association For Suicide Prevention

The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) provides information and resources to communities to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the risk of suicide contagion.

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
306-525-5333

Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection offer a number of programs, services and resources for Canadians to help protect children and reduce their risk of victimization.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Comprehensive School Community Health

In Saskatchewan, health and safety of children and youth is addressed through a Comprehensive School Community Health (CSCH) approach. This approach encourages schools, families and community partners to work together to improve the student achievement and well-being.

Comprehensive School Community Health

Cybertip

Operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Cybertip.ca's mandate is to protect children from online sexual exploitation.

Cybertip!ca
1-866-658-9022

Digital Citizenship Guide for Parents

Prepared by Public Safety Canada and MediaSmarts, The Digital Citizenship Guide for Parents prepares parents and guardians for conversations when their children first start using digital devices. The following key elements of digital citizenship are covered: Respecting People’s Feelings; Respecting Privacy; and, Respecting Property. Conversation starters are provided to help parents talk about issues with their children in a constructive and meaningful way and offers strategies to create household Internet rules.

Media Smarts - Digital Citizenship Guide for Parents
Digital Citizenship Guide for Parents

Media Smarts

MediaSmarts' educational K-12 resources cover a wide-range of issues in “traditional” media and digital media. The resources align with provincial curriculum and the majority of the resources are free. There are supports to help students learn how to address cyberbullying, strategies, overview of Canadian laws, resources for parents and for teachers.

Media Smarts

Need Help Now

needhelpnow.ca provides information to youth who have been negatively impacted by a sexual picture/video being shared by peers. The website outlines what information should be included when contacting a website to request the removal of content, sample complaints and step-by-step information for contacting popular websites.

Need Help Now