September 29, 2015 2:55 pm
Updated: October 2, 2015 4:03 pm

New resources available for victims of cyber bullying

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WINNIPEG — Canadian teens who have been negatively impacted by the spread of sexual photos now have a new resource.

On Tuesday, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection launched the new as well as a campaign called #ChangeTheStory.

Police, families and educators spoke at the event at Oak Park High School.

The website has been reworked to make it easier for teens to access information quickly to help remove sexual images from websites.

The #ChangeTheStory campaign is about empowering teens to stay positive when they are being bullied.

The goal is to provide more support to youth who are experiencing cyber bullying as well as more information for parents to be able to help their kids.

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