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News Releases / 2022

Statement: Survivors and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection implore Government of Canada to regulate internet

Today, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s Associate Executive Director Signy Arnason met with federal, provincial, and territorial Ministers of Justice and Attorney Generals from across Canada to discuss online sexual violence and table a letter from survivors calling for effective, protective internet regulation. marks 20 years of reducing the online victimization of children

Today marks 20 years since the launch of, Canada’s tipline to report the online sexual abuse and exploitation of children.

Boys aggressively targeted on Instagram and Snapchat, analysis of data shows

Adolescent boys are being targeted primarily on social media giants Instagram® and Snapchat® as part of an ongoing sextortion crisis, an analysis of July data by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) shows.

National tipline sees concerning increase in online sexual violence against Canadian youth

For Safer Internet Day, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection releases new education resources to help families address this urgent issue