Your child suffers, observes or practices bullying or is violent at school? 


Talk to him about it! Let him describe behaviors experienced and observed, or the ones he gets blamed for. You can also call or meet a teacher, the principal, or a professional working at school as they can help you, and have the responsibility to do so.

To talk to a consultant 


  • Parents Assistance of Kids Help Phone, call the toll-free number 1-800-361-5085 or for more information on the phenomenon, see Kids Help Phone.



Go to the MediaSmarts’ website, home to one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of digital and media literacy resources.

To recognize bullying signs in your child and help you respond to it:


You can consult this guide for parents and guardians: Bullying & Cyberbullying: What We Need to Know.


To learn more about cyberbullying and online safety:


  • Help your child if he or she is at risk of using or being a victim of cyberbullying: Getcybersafe.

  • For specific help for your preadolescents or adolescents: The prevention files cyberParents explain how your children use digital devices, and the precautions that parents can take















To know more about sexual and gender diversity:



Consult the Centre de prévention du suicide de Québec


To understand and education your child on the legal aspects of bullying, consult Educaloi website.

For further advice, and to know about the Government of Quebec's policy on prevention violence and bullying at school, please visit the Current Initiatives Bullying and Violence in the Schools.

For information on how to make a report or to make a complaint about a situation of intimidation or violence: Fédération des comités de parents du Québec




To make parents aware of sexual and gender diversity, consult the following website:


To educate parents on the dangers of cell phones for youth and to know about the preventive measures needed, consult: Smartphone Safety.

To know the characteristics of aggressive behavior, the manifestations of cyberviolence and the many contexts in which these behaviors are expressed: Institut national de santé publique du Québec