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How to Manage your Screen Time While Staying Home

In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), schools and offices across the country have shut their doors. Canadians staying home and adjusting to physical distancing are finding themselves spending more time online, both to read the news and to connect with friends and family.

 

Ask A Healthy Relationships Expert Twitter Live Event

Thursday, February 27
3-4:30pm EST

How pervasive is Teen Dating Violence in Canada? What are some common myths about teen dating violence? Join Dr. Wendy Craig, Dr. Deinera Exner-Cortens, Dr. Joanne Cummings, and PREVNet on Twitter on Thursday, February 27 from 3-4:30pm EST for answers to all your Teen Dating Violence and healthy relationships questions.

Bullying Prevention Policies in Canada: What Parents Should Know

Did you know that most provinces and territories have formal legislation or policy that addresses bullying? The exact nature of the policies or laws varies across the country, but many schools now provide clear, written guidelines on acceptable behaviours and outline steps on how bullying is handled when it takes place.

It can be tricky to find this information for your child’s school, so we’ve created a list of documents that may be helpful and where to find them. 

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, dedicated to raising awareness of teen dating violence and helping youth establish healthy relationships.

 

Minister of Education Announces New Measures to Prevent Bullying in Ontario

On November 27, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, announced five new measures to prevent and address bullying in Ontario schools to improve student safety and well-being.

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