Technology allows for cyberbullying to take place on a much larger and more public scale than "traditional" bullying. With social media being available at the click of a fingertip, children and teens can be victimized anywhere and at any time. This can make children and teens feel like there is no escape. Making sure children and teens understand where to turn for help if they are being bullied online is critical. It's also important for them to know what to do if they witness someone else being bullied online.
- Learn more about how to stay safe online, how to cope with bullying, what to do if you witness bullying and more.
- Learn more about bullying prevention in Saskatchewan.
- How can you make a difference if you witness someone being bullied online? Learn some helpful tips for students, parents and teachers.
- Learn what to do if cyberbullying affects you or someone you know.
- Learn what cyberbullying is and how to know if your child or teen is being targeted with this parents' guide to cyberbullying.
- Learn more about young Canadians' experiences of electronic bullying.
- Learn about how to help children and teens navigate the challenges of cyberbullying.