Become a Media Literacy Week Collaborator

Whether you want to host an online event or simply help spread the word about the importance of media literacy and good digital citizenship, we want to add you to our list of Collaborators!  Here are some easy ways your organization can take part in Media Literacy Week 2020 (October 26 to 30).

Ways to Collaborate:

Host or support an event

Involve your community by hosting an online event, such as a livestreamed workshop, Twitter chat, Zoom conference or Q&A.

Create learning opportunities

Use our free Break the Fake workshop, lesson plans, quizzes and videos in your programming throughout the week.

Launch a resource or program

Leverage Media Literacy Week and #MediaLitWk to make your project part of the conversation.

Participate online

Use the hashtags #MediaLitWk and #BreaktheFake, create content, join existing Twitter chats and livestreams or create your own interactive event.

Download the Media Literacy Week Collaborator Package 2020

Contact us to let us know what you’re planning for 2020! Your activity will be added to the list of public events on our website and we’ll promote it on our social media channels and in our newsletter.

Meet Our 2019 Collaborators




Alberta Society for the Promotion of Sexual Health (ASPSH)
Alix Library
Annapolis Royal Library
Annapolis Valley Regional Library
Anthony Perrotta
Apathy is Boring
Association for Media Literacy (AML)
Athabasca University Library
Atwater Library


Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
Bowen Island Public Library
Boys & Girls Club of Kamloops
Boys & Girls Club of Calgary
Boys and Girls Club of Canada
Bracebridge Public Library
Brighton Public Library
Brock University’s Instructional Resource Centres (IRC)


Callander Public Library
Canadian Association of Journalists
Canadian Journalism Foundation
Carleton Place Public Library
CBC Manitoba
Champlain Library
Check Your Head
Chinook Arch Regional Library System
CMHA Ottawa
Coady & Tompkins Memorial Library
Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien - CSDCEO
CPAC - The Democracy Project


Digital Human Library
Discover the Universe
Doaktown Community-School Library
Dorchester Lions Senior Centre


Edmonton Public Library
EMSB B.A.S.E Daycare Program
Encounters With Canada
English Montreal School Board
Evidence for Democracy


Fair Chance Learning
Family Services of Greater Vancouver
Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec
Fleming College (Sutherland Library)


Girls E-Mentorshp (GEM)
Glendon School of Public and International Affairs
Global Vision
The Globe and Mail

Gluu Technology Society
Greater Victoria Public Library


Hamilton Public Library
Hands On Media Education
Historica Canada


Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC)


John Howard Society of Ottawa


Kapuskasing Public Library
Kenora Public Library
Kentville Library


L’École branchée
Lac La Biche County Libraries
Le Curieux
Lennox & Addington Library Services
Literacy Quebec