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The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is proud to support the Kids Help Phone radio ads campaign to help prevent cyber-bullying. Starting Monday, October 15, the ads will be broadcast, in English and French, by stations located in major cities across Canada.

The campaign’s objective is to increase parents awareness about this sad reality and incite them to refer their children to the Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 or to their website kidshelpphone.ca.

Listen to the radio ad:



Parents and teachers are having difficulty stopping cyber-bullying. This form of intimidation is done through email, cell phones or texting.

Caregivers must be on the look out for signs of depression and odd behaviour like refusing to go to school and fear of using computers or cell phones.

Cyber-bullying is a criminal act.

If your child needs help dealing with threats have them contact Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or kidshelpphone.ca.

A message from the Canadian Union of Public Employees. 


Please also check out CUPE’s other anti-bullying resources, including our Speak out! Stop Bullying campaign with tips to take action in your workplace.