Are you concerned about the growing challenge of cyberbullying and cyberviolence in our digital age?

Join us at our Symposium on Navigating Cyberbullying and Cyberviolence, a hybrid event to support school leaders as they work to prevent, address and combat harmful online experiences. School leaders and community partners from across the province come together to share, listen and learn to support students!

Healthy Relationships in a Digital World is a project designed to provide principals and vice-principals with leadership resources, strategies and networks, to navigate, prevent and respond to cyberbullying and cyberviolence in schools through an anti-oppressive lens. 

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We've designed a specialized hybrid program that you won’t want to miss! 

School, system and community leaders and educators will explore effective strategies for preventing and responding to cyberbullying incidents. Through informative keynote presentations, panel discussions, case studies and collaborative roundtables, you will gain valuable insights into the latest trends, tools and resources to create a safer digital environment for students.

Specialized program includes keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, table discussions, practical resources and tools, and follow-up online collaborationAll participants will

  • explore strategies to effectively keep students connected with healthy online relationships by engaging with principals, vice-principals and community partners

  • access and discuss leadership resources in the Healthy Relationships Toolkit 

  • investigate the impact of artificial intelligence on cyberbullying and cyberviolence 

  • learn directly from students and

  • build knowledge from community partners such as Victim Services Toronto and police services.

In-person participants will

  • Presenters and panelists include school and system leaders, community leaders, educators, parents/guardians and studentscollaboratively participate in case studies 

  • network and share ideas, resources and experiences and

  • engage in table and panel discussions.

After the Symposium, all participants will

  • receive a summary resource of the key learnings and

  • have the opportunity to participate in a collaborative online space.

Together, let's equip ourselves with the knowledge and skills needed to foster a culture of kindness, resilience and responsible online behaviour. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the solution!

Join in the conversation with hashtag HealthyRelationships

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In-person: Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Mississauga (3670 Hurontario St, Mississauga)

Online: Zoom Webinar

May 14: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. In-person registration will start at 7:30 a.m. We are working on a detailed agenda. 

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Nightly Rate

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Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Mississauga

+1 (905) 896-1000

3670 Hurontario St, Mississauga, Ontario
L5B 1P3

$205 + taxes

There is a group rate at the Delta Hotel for $205 plus taxes per night for reservations made by April 13, 2024. Book early, rooms are limited.

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Online Symposiym Follow-up Discussion

Participants are invited to continue the conversation following the event in a collaborative online space at no cost. Join us on May 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. EDT. More information will be shared with all Symposium participants closer to the date.

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In-person: $185 plus HST (includes a light breakfast, snacks and lunch)

Online: $55 plus HST (streaming all presentations and panels via Zoom with little participant interaction, not recorded)

All registration fees include participation in the online 60-minute follow-up session on May 28.


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Subsidies of up to $250 for travel/accommodation are available to those who reside 75 km or more from the venue and on a first come first serve basis. The Ontario Principals' Council and the Catholic Principals' Council of Ontario each have an allocated number of subsidies. Those first to register and select subsidy from each respective association will qualify. Those approved will receive an email with details within 30 days of the Symposium.

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The symposium is a collaboration of the Catholic Principals' Leadership Development of Ontario and Principal Association Projects, the service partners for Catholic Principals' Council of Ontario (CPCO) and Ontario Principals' Council (OPC) in partnership with Victim Services Toronto (VST). This collaboration is partially funded by the Safe and Healthy Schools Branch of the Ministry of Education. 

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Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the solution!