A cooperative effort from Gesele Lajoie, Alyson McLellan and Cindi Seddon, three B.C. educators, the site offers tips and strategies, stories and materials about bullying that can be ordered. Workshops can also be arranged.
Canada’s original bullying website, now sponsored by the Family Chanel and BBI Internet. The site uses different media – writing, drawing, music film, poetry – to educate children about bullying. A finalist for the Stockholm Challenge Awards in 2001, it has been called one of the best web sites in the world for children.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Bullying in the Workplace. Good general information about workplace bullying.
Canadian Red Cross, Respect Education
Information for parents, teachers, and students on bullying prevention, abuse prevention, and healthy relationships.
The Canadian Safe School Network
The Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN) is a national, charitable organization dedicated to reducing youth violence and making our schools and communities safer. CSSN was founded in 1997 and grew out of the Ontario Safe School Task Force. Areas for students, teachers and parents.
Kids Help Phone
Kids Help Phone maintains a website called “Let’s Talk About Bullying.” Contains a page for grown ups with links to resources about bullying.
London Family Court Clinic Bullying
Information for parents and teachers. Information drawn from A School-Based Anti-Violence Program (ASAP), available from the Clinic.
MyGSA.ca is Canada’s website for safer and inclusive schools for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community. Whether you’re LGBTQ or not you’ll find something interesting and helpful on the site. Join the discussion, get the resources you need, and spread the word!
National Film Board
No More Bullies. Awareness campaign that is a joint effort by the NFB and the Canada Safety Council. Endorsed by Kids Help Phone and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. NFB produced the short video called Bully Dance, available with teacher’s guide.
RESOLVE Alberta is part of RESOLVE, which is a tri-prairie research network that co-ordinates and supports research aimed at ending violence, especially violence involving girls and women. The RESOLVE network is affiliated with the University of Calgary, University of Saskatchewan, University of Manitoba, University of Regina, University of Alberta, University of Winnipeg, and Brandon University.