/R E P E A T -- Media Advisory - Kids Get Tips On Internet Safety/

    TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - Community Safety and Correctional Services
Minister Rick Bartolucci and Attorney General Chris Bentley will highlight
Ontario's cyber safety initiatives and promote Internet safety for children.
    Ministers Bartolucci and Bentley, joined by Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP
Laurel Broten, will meet with Grade 5 students to talk about ways for kids to
be safer online. The event will include a demonstration of a new cyber safety
game developed by the Ontario Provincial Police and youth television network
YTV. It will also highlight brochures developed by the Canadian Centre for
Child Protection that offer tips to help parents protect their children from
abuse in cyberspace.

    DATE:      Wednesday, February 13, 2008

    TIME:      2 p.m.

    LOCATION:  Lord Lansdowne Junior and Senior Public School
               33 Robert Street

    NOTE:      Event will include photo opportunity.
               Media will be required to show accreditation at the door.

    Disponible en français


For further information:

For further information: Laura Blondeau, Ministry of Community Safety
and Correctional Services, Minister Bartolucci's Office, (416) 325-4973, (416)
938-9757 (cell); Sheamus Murphy, Ministry of the Attorney General, Minister
Bentley's Office, (416) 326-1785; Anthony Brown, Ministry of Community Safety
and Correctional Services, Communications Branch, (416) 314-7772; Brendan
Crawley, Ministry of the Attorney General, Communications Branch, (416)

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