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You can talk about it:

 

  • with a trusted adult at school.
  • with your parents.
  • by calling (24/7) Tel-Jeunes at 1 800 2632266, or consulting the website en.teljeunes.comby calling Kids Help Phone at 800 668-6868, or consulting the website kidshelpphone.ca.


To recognize bullying and know how to react to it, consult the Educaloi website.

 

 

 


To learn more about cyberbullying and its consequences, you can consult: Get Cyber Safe and the Think Before You Share guide

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  • To properly use information technologies (Internet, text messages, SMS) and protect your privacy, you can consult: NeedHelpNow.ca.

 

  • To manage your text messages contacts and develop an healthy and safe behaviour online, try this test: CyberBullyingYouthGuide.


 *Victims and bystanders can report incidents of violence                 anonymously. 

 

 

 


Consult the Government of Quebec website to know more about violence and bullying Log in to the Positive.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Visit the Gai écoute website for more information on sexual orientation or homophobia http://www.gaiecoute.org/en/.

 

 

 

 


 

If you are having suicidal thoughts consult the website suicideactionmontreal.org to know where to call for local support in your region. Support is available to listen, support and guide you toward the right professional http://www.sos-suicide.org/.

 

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