CSSN is excited to once again offer a Student Stream at our annual Safe Schools Conference. Held concurrently with The 17th Annual Safe Schools Conference, this year’s Student Stream will feature a keynote address by Leo Barbe of Think Don’t Shoot.
CSSN’s Dave Fraser appeared on CTV News Channel over the weekend to discuss the powers of Ottawa’s new cyber-safety legislation and whether it goes too far – or not far enough – in the protection of Canadian youth.
The Canadian Safe School Network is pleased to announce that the annual Saskatoon Safe Schools Conference will be held on March 21st, 2014.
AERC, the Aboriginal Education Research Centre – University of Saskatchewan, is one of CSSN’s many collaborative partners in our ongoing work around violence prevention.
The Canadian Safe School Network, along with YOUCAN, had the honour and privilege of hosting the 2013 National Restorative Justice Symposium, held this week in Toronto.
CSSN’s Dave Fraser spoke with CTV News Channel yesterday about the impact of the investigation and wide-sweeping bust that targeted child pornographers in “Project Spade.”
The 17th edition of our annual Safe Schools Conference features keynote addresses from noted author Dr. Edmond Dixon and Ms. Carol Todd, founder of The Amanda Todd Legacy. Register now!
CSSN is looking for mature, responsible and sales-driven volunteers to help us out at an upcoming Toronto Argonauts playoff game!
The Canadian Safe Schools Network in partnership with Safe Schools Manitoba is pleased to announce speakers for the annual Winnipeg Safe Schools Conference that will be held on February 10, 2014.
In just two weeks’ time, CSSN and co-host organization YOUCAN, will welcome hundreds of delegates to Toronto for the 2013 National Restorative Justice Symposium.