Prime Minister Harper joins Manitoba MPs to discuss cyberbullying
Prime Minister Stephen Harper spent time in Winnipeg discussing national solutions to cyberbullying
Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined Manitoba members of Parliament Shelly Glover, Joy Smith and Joyce Bateman in Winnipeg on Oct. 10 for a discussion about national solutions to cyberbullying and the online sexual exploitation of children.
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Members of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (CCCP) weighed in on the conversation, which included discussion about the scope of the issues, barriers to solving them, global responses and effective practices in other countries.
"Today’s discussion focused on finding effective national solutions to both cyberbullying and the online sexual exploitation of Canadian kids and punishing the perpetrators of these despicable acts. Together, we all have a role to play to keep our children safe.”