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Zoe & Molly resources upgraded as offender tactics evolve

Canadian Centre for Child Protection offering free Zoe & Molly resources for a limited time to support Safer Internet Day

For Immediate Release

Winnipeg, Canada — Tomorrow, for Safer Internet Day, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) is launching modernized Zoe & Molly safety resources for online games. Zoe & Molly materials help teachers and parents have relevant, important conversations about staying safe online with their children and students in Grades 3 and 4.

The comics, which C3P are offering for free for a limited time, are accompanied by read-along versions, interactive online games, and a quiz. Together, the Zoe & Molly resources help teach children important skills like distinguishing safe and unsafe online boundaries, and telling an adult about inappropriate content, conduct, or contact online.

“The internet is an unregulated space that is constantly changing. It’s critical that we make resources available to parents and educators to help kids build skills to increase their safety,” said Noni Classen, C3P Director of Education. “The Zoe & Molly comics have been updated to address the new risks and offender tactics we’re seeing through reports.”

Visit for more information, read-along versions of the comics, or to play the online safety games and quizzes. To order free Zoe & Molly resources for a limited time, visit

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