TELUS is proud to collaborate with the following organizations to offer you and your family TELUS Wise.
The Amanda Todd Legacy is a founding partner of TELUS Wise; we are proud to work together in support of our shared goal to help bring an end to cyberbullying.
TELUS Wise is endorsed by the CACP and we are proud to work with them, as well as Police Services from across the country to address cybercrime.
TELUS is a founding partner of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children.
The ComKids program is focused on bridging the digital divide for students across Ontario by providing participants with brand-new laptops and digital literacy training. Through partnership with TELUS Wise, students learn about cyber safety and how to manage their digital footprints.
TELUS is a Guardian-level partner of Cybertip.ca, Canada's national tip line for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.
The Code is a Hockey Canada Code of Conduct co-created with TELUS Wise. It encourages safe and positive behaviours both on and off the ice as well as online.
MediaSmarts is a Canadian not-for-profit organization for digital and media literacy and a founding partner of TELUS Wise. Together, we created TELUS Wise footprint, impact workshops and several other evidence-based resources.
As a founding partner of TELUS Wise, PREVNet helps us better understand and address cyberbullying in Canada. Their mission is to promote safe and healthy relationships for all Canadian children and youth.
Upopolis, a Kids' Health Links Foundation initiative developed in partnership with TELUS, is a safe and secure online support network that connects youth between 10 and 18 years old living with medical diagnosis or navigating stressful life events to other youth, healthcare professionals, and their program leaders across Canada. Upopolis provides youth with access to reliable age-appropriate medical and coping resources and the opportunity to share their knowledge to support other youth.
Bringing good sportsmanship online
We’ve teamed up with professional sports teams across the country to help #EndBullying. Players and alumni from our partner teams are delivering TELUS Wise workshops in classrooms around the country, teaching youth about staying safe and being kind online.
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