Collaborators

Media Literacy Week couldn’t happen without the network of collaborators across Canada working together to deliver programming, events and resources. Representing not-for-profit, corporate and government organizations, both large and small, our collaborators are what make Media Literacy Week possible.

Interested in getting involved? Download the Collaborator Package for more details.

2017 Collaborators

2016 Collaborators

2015 Collaborators

2014 Collaborators

2013 Collaborators

  • 2learn.ca
  • Abbotsford Youth Coalition
  • Admongo – U.S. Federal Trade Commission
  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Media Literacy (AML)
  • Atwater Library
  • Averie MacDonald
  • Big Ideas in Education
  • Bishop’s College Schools
  • CAMEO
  • Canadian Library Association
  • Canadian Marketing Association
  • #cdnedchat
  • Cedar Crest College
  • CIRA
  • CIVIX
  • Classpace
  • Code for Kids
  • Concerned Childrens’ Advertisers
  • Corus Entertainment
  • Canadian Wireless Technology Association
  • CyberSeniors
  • CyberWise
  • Digital Voices
  • Encounters with Canada
  • English Montreal School Board
  • Fédération québécoise des directions d’établissement d’enseignement
  • Focus on IT
  • Fraser Valley Regional Library
  • Frontiers Schools
  • Get Cyber Safe Girl
  • Guides of Canada
  • Girls Action Foundation
  • Global Visions Film Festivals
  • Golf Road Junior Public School
  • Susan Krashinsky – The Globe and Mail
  • Healthy Families British Columbia
  • Hive Toronto
  • Hooked By Hollywood
  • Hopewell
  • Informed Opinions
  • Instituto Alana
  • International Institute of Applied Media Literacy
  • Jessie’s Legacy
  • Kidobi
  • Ladies Learning Code
  • London Public Library
  • Manitoba Teachers’ Society
  • Manitoba Association for Computing Educators (MANace)
  • Meaford Public Library
  • Media Action Media
  • Media Democracy Project
  • Media Literacy Now
  • Media Savvy Girls
  • Mike Gange, Educator
  • Ms. Solomon
  • MyHealth Magazine
  • National Association of Media Literacy Education
  • National Council of Canadian Muslims
  • National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)
  • National Film Board of Canada
  • National Telemedia Council & Journal of Media Literacy
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association
  • Oakville Public Library
  • Office de la protection du consommateur
  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
  • Ontario Library Association
  • Ottawa CSPA
  • Our Schools, Our Selves
  • Patrick Mott
  • Parent Action on Drugs
  • Pragya Lamsal
  • PEDAW
  • Prime Ministers Awards for Teaching Excellence
  • Queens University Teacher Resource Center
  • REEL
  • Canada Safe Online Outreach Society (SOLOS)
  • Sexpressions
  • Shaping Youth
  • Shaw Media
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Siromani Dhungana, Professor
  • Sisler High School
  • SoapboxEd
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
  • Solaro
  • Sudbury & District Health Unit
  • Surrey Libraries
  • Teaching Kids News
  • Technicolor
  • The Cinemathique
  • TVO Parents
  • YWCA Metro Vancouver