The Canadian Safe School Network offices will be closed on Monday, September 2nd in observation of Labour Day.
Thunder, lightning, wind and teeming rain couldn’t keep a fantastic group of dedicated golfers from enjoying the day and raising both funds and awareness for CSSN at the inaugural Playing Fore Change charity tournament on August 26th.
The Canadian Safe School Network is excited to announce the keynote speakers for the Annual Safe Schools Conference to be held February 25th, 2014.
At CSSN we are very fortunate to be able to meet and work with some of the most amazing presenters, speakers and collaborators in the country. One of our favourites is Leo Barbe from Think Don’t Shoot.
CSSN’s Alyssa Keel presented to a group of bloggers and health writers on the emerging issue of Food Allergy Bullying earlier this month. Her presentation raised so much discussion that she was asked to guest-blog for lifestyle website SheKnows.ca.
The 2013 Safe Schools Institute has come to an end! Our thanks to all those who participated in a fantastic week of learning, interaction and networking.
CSSN’s Dave Fraser sat down with CTV News this afternoon to discuss the implications of arrests in the Rehtaeh Parsons case and what’s next where the law and cyberbullying are concerned.
CSSN President Stu Auty sat down with CTV News Channel yesterday to discuss the new cyberbullying law in Nova Scotia. See his interview here.
The Canadian Safe School Network is excited to announce an amazing upcoming fundraising event! The Safe Schools NHL Hockey Pool will help raise much-needed support for CSSN’s ongoing efforts to work with schools, communities and families to help prevent bullying and promote inclusion and acceptance of all Canadian youth!