Internet Safety

Safer Internet Day


Every February on Safer Internet Day, people and organizations around the world join forces to help make the online world a safer place for young people.

For Safer Internet Day 2019, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre) is helping families start the conversation about internet safety by highlighting Zoe & Molly Online, an interactive website where eight- to 10-year-olds can explore what it means to be safe while playing games online, as well as the risks associated with sharing their personal information and sending pictures online.

Get involved to help create a safer internet:

  • 1. VISIT Zoe & Molly Online with your child to read the comics, play the game, and get important online safety tips.

  • 2. HELP US REACH PARENTS on social media by sharing the Canadian Centre’s tweets, posts and photos.

  • 3. REPORT concerns about children being sexually exploited online to

Safer Internet Day 2019

For media inquiries, please contact:

Communications, Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Office: (204) 560-0723