Join us and a roster of great guest speakers in just over a week for a very special CSSN event: Bully – Let’s Take A Stand.
Are you a high school administrator who works to resolve bullying cases within your school? Or are you a high school teacher who may have been bullied by a co-worker?
Join CSSN’s friends and partners at PREVNet for their 7th Annual Conference in Toronto this May. This year’s conference theme is Mental Health & Bullying Prevention.
Has your school done something outstanding to prevent anti-LGBTQ bullying? CSSN is thrilled to announce that nominations are now open for The Canadian Safe School Network/TD Award For Excellence Against LGBTQ Youth Bullying.
Creating positive and encouraging experiences for youth, as well as projects that allow them to work with peers who may not seem like natural collaborators, is an excellent way to foster cooperation, respect and a sense of community among students. A special course in Pop Music at Harbord Collegiate Institute in Toronto is producing some unique results.
Take a moment to learn about CSSN friends & supporters at Dream Bridge Exchange. Dream Bridge works to empower LGBTQ youth through “collaborative community events” that provide them with the opportunity to network and socialize with peers and businesses to cultivate both entrepreneurial and employment possibilities.
The Canadian Safe School Network is able to continue its fundamental work thanks to the ongoing support of our dedicated sponsors and partners – like The Terrence & Svea McKillen Foundation.
CSSN has been the grateful recipient of support from Bell over the years … and we are happy to participate in and promote Bell Let’s Talk Day! Let’s have this important conversation!
Through the generous support of TD Bank, CSSN is pleased to offer a one-day conference for students in Saskatchewan focused on youth engagement and LGBTQ inclusion.
In December 2012, the Canadian Safe School Network was honoured to be the recipient of a donation made possible by CIBC Miracle Day.