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Video-Based Learning

RCMP National Crime Prevention Services : Cyberbullying – Bullying 2.0

It Gets Better – RCMP BC YouTube video (English only)

  • This 9-minute video features RCMP employees who are LGBTQ. They talk about their personal experiences growing up, what it was like coming out to their parents, and what their lives are like now that they are free to be exactly who they are.


Interactive Learning Tools

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

  • This website offers games, puzzles, and links to help youth learn about the many different cultures that exist in Canada, and to discuss important events that helped shape Canadian culture, such as the War of 1812.
  • Try out the Crossword puzzle on Black History Month or one of the games, such as “How Canadian Are You?”

Related Resources


Citizenship and Immigration Canada

  • Through multiculturalism, Canada recognizes the potential of all Canadians, encouraging them to integrate into their society and take an active part in its social, cultural, economic and political affairs.


Canadian Human Rights Commission

  • This website offers a fact sheet on discrimination, what can be classified as discrimination, and even gives examples of discrimination to help people identify when it is happening in their everyday life. 

Multicultural Mental Health Resource Centre

  • The Multicultural Mental Health Resource Centre has made different resources available online to help people of different backgrounds with mental health disorders. This website promotes mental health and has resources to teaching people how to combat the stigma and discrimination that people with mental health disorders face.


RBC Diversity Tools and Resources

  • RBC has an online booklet that teaches about different aspects of diversity, like its benefits and how to get past the stigma someone might have held against them. This online booklet promotes the value of diversity and working to change how people of different backgrounds are viewed. As well, the booklet teaches us how to be culturally sensitive.

PFLAG Canada

  • PFLAG Canada is an organization that helps all Canadians deal with issues of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. PFLAG Canada supports, educates and provides resources to all individuals with questions or concerns, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This information is useful for both the LGBTQ community and those who simply wish to learn more about it.


RCMP Centre for Youth Crime Prevention

  • Unfortunately, bullying and cyberbullying seem to be a huge part of today’s society and it is sometimes based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or sexual preferences. Take a look at the RCMP Centre for Youth Crime Prevention for more information.