Welcome to Cybertip.ca

Canada’s tipline to report the online sexual exploitation of children.

Operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Cybertip.ca’s mandate is to protect children from online sexual exploitation by:

  • Receiving and processing tips from the public about potentially illegal material, as well as activities regarding the online sexual exploitation of children, and referring any relevant leads to the appropriate law enforcement agency and/or child welfare agency; and
  • Providing the public with information and other resources, as well as support and referral services, to help Canadians keep themselves and their families safe while using the Internet.

Latest News

Province proposes law, partners with Cybertip.ca to assist victims when intimate images are distributed without consent

(June 9, 2015) Unique proposed new legislation would help Manitobans whose intimate images are distributed without consent by providing a new civil court remedy and other new resources to help them remove the images from public display, Attorney General Gord Mackintosh announced today.

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Alert for Parents of Teenagers: New Tactic Being Used to Extort Sexual Images/Videos and Money

(May 27, 2015) The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, through its Cybertip.ca program, is warning parents of teenagers about a new tactic being used by those extorting youth online for sexual images/videos and money.

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The Canadian Centre for Child Protection celebrates 30 years of helping families

(April 24, 2015) Special honours being given to the Right Honourable Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mrs. Laureen Harper for their dedication to the protection of Canada’s children.

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Canadian Centre for Child Protection and MTS Future First – Working together to increase the safety of youth in Manitoba

(April 20, 2015) MTS reaches the $1 million mark in support of the Canadian Centre’s Cybertip.ca program and its efforts to increase the personal safety of children and youth.

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Helping to Better Protect Youth Online

(February 10, 2015) From being lured or targeted online for a sexual purpose, to the creation and sharing of sexual images/videos that can result in cyberbullying among peers, young people are faced with navigating and building relationships within a fully integrated technological world.

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