Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year!

As we come to the end of 2012, we reflect on the busy and exciting year that just passed. We’re ending the year with a new name, new logo, and new website, but with the same dedication to supporting adults in helping raise a generation of media savvy youth!

Throughout 2012 we delivered on our commitment to helping parents, teachers, and community leaders address the many media issues affecting children and teens, including cyberbullying, body image, privacy and online safety. Along with launching new sections of our website on online privacy and diversity in the media, we released 21 new lesson plans and over a dozen tip sheets.

To help us continue providing Canadians with free, high quality, research-based resources in both official languages, we ask that you consider making a charitable donation to MediaSmarts this holiday season.

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Your support is greatly appreciated!!

Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year!


I love your work monitoring

I love your work monitoring the media and sending us these great collections of articles! Is anyone considering forming a new Family Media Education Association? Yo me the primary victims of the ‘nag-factor’ are us parents, who for the most part still seem to little awareness of resources such as yours, yet without parental support it appears to me to be too easy for our teacher’s employment masters in most provinces to continue to ignore media literacy, as stupid citizens are so much easier to manage! It would be great to be part of a group that simply went to PTA Conference each year explaining that Canada is a world leader in teaching media literacy, and your never going to learn that in the corporate sector!

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