CSSN is on the move! Due to changes in our staffing, the CSSN head office will be moving into a new space over the long weekend.
After three & a half years and working with over SIX-THOUSAND kids around the GTA, we’re saying goodbye to our SNAP For Schools program this week.
The end of the school year is here – but does that mean your child is free from bullies?
The Canadian Safe School Network is thrilled and honoured to be the charity of choice for the inaugural “Playing Fore Change” Anti-Bullying Awareness Golf Classic hosted by AMP Solar Group Inc. and Unisource Canada.
We receive calls, emails, Facebook messages and tweets every day seeking advice on identifying whether a child is being bullied or if they’re experiencing normal “growing pains” with peers & friends. A few points on how to tell if your child is a bullying victim … or perhaps a bully!
The Huddle Up Bullying Prevention Program, presented by Tim Hortons, wrapped up its 12th successful year this spring. It has effectively grown in popularity throughout both the elementary and secondary school levels, reaching over 35,000 students in the 2012-2013 school year.
In proud association with YOUCAN, The Canadian Safe School Network is pleased and honoured to be presenting this year’s National Restorative Justice Symposium. The NRJS2013 Planning Committee invites interested individuals/groups to present workshops that will share best practices, ideas and strategies reflecting the 2013 theme Inspiring Innovation!
The Canadian Safe School Network is excited to announce plans to bring an important professional development event to Regina, Saskatchewan this fall!
CSSN’s Dave Fraser joined Jennifer Burke on CTV News Channel at noon to discuss Ottawa’s newly introduced anti-bullying initiative. The program was announced this morning by Prime Minister Harper’s wife, Laureen, along with Heritage Minister James Moore and Alan Hubley, father of bullying victim Jamie Hubley.