Boozhoo and welcome to the NWO Be Well Passport. We acknowledge the land we stand on as within Treaty #3, Treaty #5, or Treaty #9, the traditional land of the Anishinaabe and Métis people. This is where we live, learn, work and grow. Acknowledging the traditional territories of our ancestors demonstrates respect for the original custodians of a region and serves to strengthen our relationships to one another and to the land. We can also find strength within ourselves when we stop to remember and appreciate the space around us and the courage of those who came before us. Miigwetch.
Resource on Indigenous Wellbeing in Schools
Information on wellness resources
Maintaining Balance: Staying Connect to Land, Culture & Language
a video that provides parents, caregivers, and other adults around children with information to build capacity to safeguard children and youth from online harms. Parents and caregivers will learn about online risks and strategies for helping to keep kids safe online.
this is a resource to help youth that have been negatively impacted by the sharing of an intimate or sexual image, or have been sexually victimized online. This site contains information for youth as well as adult caregivers.
a booklet that includes information on current trends and online risks such as self/peer exploitation, online luring and cyberbullying.
notifications sent out to inform the public of concerning technology trends and new resources designed to increase children’s personal safety.
an interactive series that gives children in Grades 3 and 4 an opportunity to have some fun while exploring what it means to be safe while playing games online.
and other trending resources – these videos provide information about healthy relationships, boundaries, online safety, and consent.