Through the generous support of TD Bank, CSSN is excited to announce The 2014 Canadian Safe School Network/TD Award For Excellence Against LGBTQ Youth Bullying.
CSSN is thrilled to announce the closing keynote speaker for the upcoming Alberta Safe & Caring Schools Forum will be four-time Olympic rower and Olympic Silver Medalist Dave Calder!
We are very pleased to announce the addition of TELUS WISE as a key supporter of the Alberta Safe & Caring Schools Forum to be held in Calgary on May 12th.
The Canadian Safe School Network was thrilled and honoured to be presented with a brand new Honda CRV by Olympic Honda of Guelph, Ontario, yesterday.
The Canadian Safe School Network is excited to announce a one-day PD event dedicated to exploring issues affecting school-aged girls and the unique challenges they face on a daily basis in both the classroom and the community!
A valuable new book that is the first to write about bullying from a perspective gained from over 27 years of direct, practical, elementary and secondary school experience that pinpoints how critically important the role of the school principal is in combating bullying in schools.
The Toronto Youth Cabinet is a youth led civic engagement group supported by the City of Toronto. The TYC is currently looking for young leaders with BIG IDEAS.
A new Canadian study shows that cyberbullying is growing up alongside its victims and perpetrators. CSSN President Stu Auty appeared on CTV News Channel today to discuss the study’s findings.
CSSN, in proud association with The Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities, TD Bank and the Alberta Teachers Association, are excited to announce details of a one-day conference to be held in Calgary this spring!