Anti-Bullying Groups –
Website for youth, by youth, featuring storing videos and that empower young people to help stop bullying (Government of Alberta).

BullyingCanada –
BullyingCanada was launched on December 17th, 2006 by Katie Neu and Rob Frenette to offer information, help and support to everyone involved in bullying – the victim, perpetrator, bystander, parents, school staff and the community at large.

Bully Free Alberta –
Bully Free Alberta (Government of Alberta).

Bully Free Zone Canada –
BFZ – Bully Free Zone Canada: to make EVERY school and workplace in Canada a Bully Free Zone.

Bullying Awareness Guidebook (US) –
An in-depth bullying awareness guidebook by Dr. Ben Michaelis and Dr. Steven C. Schlozman for students, parents, teachers and school administrators.

Canadian Safe School Network –
The Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN) is a national, not-for-profit, registered charitable organization with a mandate to reduce youth violence and make our schools and communities safer. CSSN was born of the Government of Ontario’s Safe School Task Force and was launched in 1997 by representatives from police, education and business communities.

Erase Bullying –
A web site that provides tips and advice of how to deal with bullying for both youth and parents (Ministry of Education, BC).

The I AM SOMEONE Campaign to End Bullying was founded in late 2012 and officially became incorporated as the ‘I AM SOMEONE Ending Bullying Society’ on June 17th 2013.

I am Stronger –
I Am Stronger is a social movement, a call to action to stop bullying and cyber bullying in the communities created by SaskTel.

Pink Shirt Day –
CKNW Orphan’s Fund Initiative.

PREVNet is a national network of leading researchers and organizations, working together to stop bullying in Canada.

Stop A Bully –
STOP A BULLY is a registered national charity and Canada-wide anti-bullying program which allows any student who is a victim or witness of bullying and cyber-bullying to be able to safely report the details to school officials

Wristband Resources –
Bullying by the Numbers: A Breakdown of Bullying Statistics and Facts – An article written by Michele Wheat.

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