Internet Safety

Safer Internet Day – February 7, 2017

#SID2017

Every February on Safer Internet Day, people around the world join forces to teach children and youth about using online technology in a safe and responsible way.

This Safer Internet Day, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection is introducing a new, free resource to help parents talk about online safety with their kids. Safety Rocks is an activity book aimed at children in Grades 3 and 4. Jack, Olivia and their dragons help parents teach important personal safety strategies that apply both offline and online.

Get involved to help create a safer Internet:

  • 1. DOWNLOAD the Safety Rocks activity book and work through the activities with your child.

  • 2. HELP US REACH PARENTS on social media by using the hashtag #SID2017 and sharing the Canadian Centre’s tweets and posts.

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

Safer Internet Day 2017

For media inquiries, please contact:

Communications, Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Office: (204) 945-8074
Email: communications@protectchildren.ca