Cyber Bullying

From Facebook and Twitter to cell phones and iPhones, teens are in constant communication with one another. Teens’ worlds are progressively becoming...

Online Safety Rules for Kids

The Internet has brought many benefits, but it has also raised some safety concerns such as the potential for crime and predators. To make sure...

Keeping privacy golden in your senior years

You’ve spent a lifetime building your good name and the last thing you need is for your hard-earned retirement to be derailed because somebody has...

Online Safety

Though technology has a way of simplifying our lives, it can also be a venue for anonymous criminals and bullies to try and take advantage of innocent users. Canada Safety Council provides tips and advice on safeguarding personal information and how to effectively fight cyberbullying.

Cyber Bullying

From Facebook and Twitter to cell phones and iPhones, teens are in constant communication with one another. Teens’ worlds are progressively becoming more wireless and mobile. Students are using Social Networking Sites (SNS) more than ever. Some students may engage in...

Surveying social media habits of young Canadians

The Canada Safety Council is pleased to support PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network) in gauging how young Canadians use online privacy settings and reporting tools. We encourage social media users ages 13 to 25 years old to participate in...

Online Safety Rules for Kids

The Internet has brought many benefits, but it has also raised some safety concerns such as the potential for crime and predators. To make sure children have a safe and rewarding experience on the Web, parents and educators must understand where they go, what they do...