Every two years, The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health conducts their survey on bullying. 10 000 Ontario students complete anonymous questionnaires addressing topics such as social behaviour, mental health and physical well-being. The results are in, and CSSN was please to find that school yard bullying rates are down 8%. A combination of awareness, and an increase in program implementation is likely the cause of the decline. Unfortunately, cyberbullying rates have not changed. Stu Auty appeared on CTV News Channel yesterday to discuss his views on the CAMH survey results, and what we can do to prevent negative online behaviour.