Sign the Charter

Step forward now and sign the charter. Be a part of the change you want to see in your community and country. Together we can make a difference, and that difference begins with a commitment to a violence free Canada.

Violence Prevention Charter: Commitment

We therefore declare our commitment and intent to work in partnership towards achieving a just and peaceful country free of all forms of violence. We recognize that this commitment has real implications for our policies, programs, practices and actions. Our willingness to make this commitment indicates our sense of collective and personal responsibility for the present and future health, social and economic well being of Canadians.

Action Steps:

  1. Sign the pledge below.
  2. Read the sample ideas from partners in this initiative.
  3. Identify actions you will take to fulfill your commitment to violence prevention.
  4. Share the Charter on social media, spread the word. Make your voice heard.

Sign the VPA

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  • I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention.
  • I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels.
  • I/We support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies.
  • I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace.



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*Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention

signed the charter and committed to The Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention commits to continue to develop knowledge and share expertise, experiences, and skills on increasing community safety, crime prevention through social development, and ultimately prevent victimization. (print)


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Lina Koch

signed the charter and committed to Supporting Prevention of Violence Canada in making Canada violence free by teaching and coaching in martial arts for self defense with healthy boundaries and skill development. (print)


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2017-07-27 15:20:03 -

Nicholas Roethel

signed the charter and committed to Not use violence as a means to solve problems (print)


2017-07-26 13:40:59 -

*Northwest Territories and Nunavut Public Health As

signed the charter and committed to Cheryl Case, President of Northwest Territories and Nunavut Public Health Association, we are signing the Prevention of Violence Charter Canada Charter (print)


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2017-04-22 09:17:44 -

*Frances Deverell

signed the charter and committed to Promoting Violence Prevention, especially in culturally appropriate programs in aboriginal communities. We have to drastically reduce the number of aboriginal people involved in our justice system. (print)


2017-04-15 03:27:59 -

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2017-02-28 07:58:45 -

*Anita MacLean

signed the charter and committed to Violence prevention (print)


2017-02-22 20:32:16 -

Emma White

signed the charter and committed to Not be a bystander! (print)


2017-02-17 16:08:27 -

Barbara Gray-Wiksten

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2017-02-16 18:22:03 -

*ron white

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2016-12-13 12:30:01 -

*Johan Adam

signed the charter and committed to Prevention of Violence in BC Charter (print)


2016-11-27 01:17:16 -

*Michael james

signed the charter and committed to Violence pervention charter to Gun down stop the violence to tear down the violence in canada (print)


2016-09-06 13:22:16 -

*Dianne Kinnon

signed the charter and committed to conducting research and sharing knowledge on collaborative practices in violence prevention. (print)


2016-05-31 06:27:29 -

*Lee-Ann Chevrette

signed the charter and committed to I (print)


2016-05-16 10:45:05 -

*Jeffrey Bradley

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2016-04-27 13:17:39 -

*Andra Weis

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. (print)


2016-04-27 11:33:47 -

Marc Forgette

signed the charter and committed to I will spread the word to others. (print)


2016-04-27 10:50:12 -

Andrew Horsfield

signed the charter and committed to speak up against violence. I commit to shine a light upon this evil so that it cannot hide in the shadows. (print)


2016-02-11 17:15:59 -

*Rebecca Elizabeth Marie Tapper

signed the charter and committed to Building a violence free and safe community (print)


2016-02-11 16:18:53 -

*Victoria Paige Ruth Tapper

signed the charter and committed to Prevention & awareness of violence (print)


2016-02-11 16:06:16 -

*Laurie Strome

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. (print)


2016-01-29 06:39:18 -

*dian wright

signed the charter and committed to Education (print)


2016-01-20 15:06:03 -

*Sandi Young

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self-harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-11-25 21:05:54 -

Lindsey Buhay

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-11-18 05:19:56 -

*Malena Salazar

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-11-02 15:04:20 -

Naria Yaraee

signed the charter and committed to educate alternatives to violent behaviors and promote healthy communications (print)


2015-10-21 22:51:05 -

*Diane Holowka

signed the charter and committed to Help my CFUW group to help plant the seeds for the Prevention of Violence in Canada. (print)


2015-10-21 21:34:58 -

*Aynsley Wong Meldrum

signed the charter and committed to reducing violence by challenging the root causes of inequality in my community and by supporting the safety of all people (print)


2015-09-20 20:28:39 -

*Faith Anne Christine Hudson

signed the charter and committed to continuing my volunteer work with our local transition house.I will also push for violence education for all helping professions! (print)


2015-09-20 19:16:46 -

*Linda Paton

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-09-09 11:24:51 -

*Michelle Ninow

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. I/We support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-09-08 14:25:17 -

*Colleen Kerr

signed the charter and committed to preventing violence and supporting others to as well. (print)


2015-09-01 12:47:12 -

*Wanda Martin

signed the charter and committed to teaching nursing students about the importance of violence prevention (print)


2015-08-19 07:12:14 -

*Linda Baker

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention, a public health approach, the coordination of prevention strategies, and the safety of all people in Canada. (print)


2015-07-21 10:24:32 -

*Jacqui Gingras

signed the charter and committed to I commit to supporting the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada and working collaboratively to integrate a public health approach nationally. (print)


2015-06-09 13:35:39 -

Laura Morelli

signed the charter and committed to the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-06-02 11:40:27 -

*Sherri Lee Lamothe

signed the charter and committed to promoting respectful relationships and supporting the integration of violence prevention strategies (print)


2015-05-29 09:11:14 -

*Irving Rootman

signed the charter and committed to Spreading the word about the Charter to colleagues and friends. (print)


2015-05-27 07:46:59 -

Coleen Nisbet

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-05-25 21:31:31 -

Ashraf Amlani

signed the charter and committed to Building a safer canada for all (print)


2015-05-25 20:42:28 -

*Louise V. Takhar

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2015-05-21 23:24:49 -

Ian curtin

signed the charter and committed to Promote respectful relationships through curiosity and compassion. (print)


2015-05-21 21:14:16 -

Gillian H

signed the charter and committed to I commit to support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention (print)


2015-05-21 19:33:41 -

*Shane Picken

signed the charter and committed to Promote Peace and Love, and stuff like that. (print)


2015-05-21 10:08:48 -

*Dianne Stevenson

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-21 05:09:32 -

Ursula Hardwick

signed the charter and committed to Working towards ending violence; creating safety for all people in Canada and promoting PEACE! (print)


2015-05-21 02:54:42 -

Kim Farley

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-20 16:12:27 -

Marie Cusson

signed the charter and committed to We commit to spreading positive behaviour and support diversity in our communities. We committe to end violence by singing the charter and speaking up. (print)


2015-05-20 15:56:30 -

*Melanie Cusson

signed the charter and committed to We commit to spreading positive behaviour and support diversity in our communities. We committe to end violence by singing the charter and speaking up. (print)


2015-05-20 08:32:27 -

*Pertice Moffitt

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention and I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims and the prevention of self harm and suicide and the Promotion of peace. (print)


2015-05-19 11:41:58 -

Deborah Anne Viel

signed the charter and committed to calling for a national action plan for violence prevention; supporting the glass of a public health approach, coordinated efforts and the safety of all people. (print)


2015-05-13 20:35:57 -

*Denise De Pape

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-07 12:02:38 -

Jean Alexandre

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-07 12:00:43 -

Lucie Granger

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-05 13:22:15 -

*Dr. Fiorenza Albert-Howard

signed the charter and committed to Help immigrants of different cultures to appreciate Canadian values (print)


2015-05-04 16:49:41 -

*Barbara Jean Sterritt

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-04 15:44:42 -

*nadine Poznanski

signed the charter and committed to all for a national action plan to prevent violence (print)


2015-05-04 08:43:26 -

*Betty Tough

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-03 19:04:31 -

Cathy Leugner

signed the charter and committed to support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. support safety for all people of Canada through the promotion of peace. will work within my community to promote peace camps for youth. (print)


2015-05-03 12:10:31 -

*Lenora Fleming

signed the charter and committed to Supporting the safety of all Canadians. (print)


2015-05-03 06:14:26 -

*Bonnetta Allen

signed the charter and committed to Supporting the safety of all people in our beautiful country. (print)


2015-05-03 04:28:24 -

*Marcia Thibodeau

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-05-02 16:40:23 -

*Lois Jean McFarquhar

signed the charter and committed to I Commit (print)


2015-05-02 16:38:36 -

*Theresa Erb

signed the charter and committed to Action against violence...action that proactively prevents violence in society. (print)


2015-05-02 12:08:16 -

*Catherine Molyneux

signed the charter and committed to asking all levels of government to encourage violence awareness programs.. (print)


2015-05-02 11:54:57 -

*Dawn Longshaw

signed the charter and committed to spreading the word about the Charter for others to sign (print)


2015-05-02 09:32:57 -

*Irvin Waller

signed the charter and committed to advocating for governments to invest violence prevention and support for victims and to stop wasting lives and money on what does not stop violence or help victims (print)


2015-05-02 05:12:10 -

*Linda MacDonald

signed the charter and committed to I commit to working to have non-State torture(NST) included in the Criminal Code of Canada and provide data related to the prevalence of the NST that occurs in Canada. Also to provide education about what NST is and how this form of relational violence effects survivors of such a heinous crime. (print)


2015-05-02 05:10:15 -

*Mary Moore

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention (print)


2015-05-02 04:14:12 -

*Jeanne Sarson

signed the charter and committed to I have been working for 22 years nationally and globally to have torture perpetrated by private individuals and groups recognized as a specific human rights crime. To date, the governments of Canada have failed to amend the Criminal Code of Canada therefore such torture, known as non-State torture, remains invisibilized as do those who are so tortured which begins with infants and can go on for years. So, unless torture by non-State actors is named on the agenda prevention will not happen as we cannot prevent what our society continues to deny exists. And based on my experience those who are perpetrators do not stop, rather they perpetrate multi-victimizations therefore because of social and legal denial and silence many suffer. Victimized persons may run to the street, be on disability, commit suicide, the costs are enormous. Thus, the national action plan to be effective must socially and legally acknowledge that non-State torture happens in Canada. (print)


2015-05-01 17:56:31 -

Vi Knebel

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-04-23 17:49:36 -

*Sally Wilson

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-04-21 21:03:33 -

*Beryl E Matthewson

signed the charter and committed to Ring the bell and stop violence (print)


2015-04-20 12:07:38 -

*Beverley Wong

signed the charter and committed to working with my fellow CFUW members in North and West Vancouver to support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada (print)


2015-04-19 10:40:09 -

*Beatrice Shumey

signed the charter and committed to Sharing local oganizations, and phone numbers,and media, that a person suffering violence , can contact on my social media. (print)


2015-04-19 10:34:26 -

Kathy Torhjelm

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-04-15 23:50:27 -

*Carol Todd

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. (print)


2015-03-25 07:39:57 -

*Sharon Michael

signed the charter and committed to the prevention of violence against women in all forms - whether it be emotional, physical, social, sexual, financial, legal abuse through the divorce courts and through the children of women. (print)


2015-03-14 10:47:11 -

*Barbara DuMoulin

signed the charter and committed to Support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. (print)


2015-02-12 07:38:29 -

Linda Shamoun

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-02-12 07:37:45 -

angela harvey

signed the charter and committed to Preventing violence (print)


2015-02-03 06:50:11 -

*Jackie Eaton

signed the charter and committed to To support violence prevention plans by staying information and educated and sharing violence prevention information with my children. (print)


2015-02-02 10:25:30 -

*Tammie Watson

signed the charter and committed to Being aware of those around me who may require help (print)


2015-01-28 18:28:16 -

Dianne Stevenson

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-01-28 16:54:35 -

*Fiona Ann Elizabeth Picken

signed the charter and committed to Support the Charter (print)


2015-01-08 12:28:30 -

clive wightman

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2015-01-08 10:46:37 -

*Shayne Williams

signed the charter and committed to Lookout Emergency Aid Society commits to providing safe and violence-free housing as well as a range of support services to adults with low or no income who have few, if any, housing or support options. Because the people we serve have challenges meeting basic needs and goals, we place minimal barriers between them and our services. (print)


2015-01-06 12:10:39 -

Julie Hill

signed the charter and committed to Advocating for increased protective factors by addressing the social determinants of health and health equity (print)


2014-12-29 13:32:50 -

*Scott Mckean

signed the charter and committed to Violence Prevention It is part of everything that I do (print)


2014-12-24 05:24:27 -

Kate Gray Mews

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-23 09:27:35 -

Anne Guy

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-23 07:17:33 -

Cheryl Chisholm

signed the charter and committed to Promotion of zero tolerance of violence in my home, workplace and community (print)


2014-12-23 06:25:04 -

*Melaney Pérez Feliz

signed the charter and committed to •I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. •I support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. •I support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. •I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-23 05:51:43 -

Heather MacDonald

signed the charter and committed to support the charter to end violence (print)


2014-12-23 05:45:11 -

Phyllis Harlow

signed the charter and committed to support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-23 05:37:23 -

Gillian Bailey

signed the charter and committed to supporting the charter (print)


2014-12-23 05:16:59 -

*Barbara Frances Broom

signed the charter and committed to supporting a public health approach to violence prevention in Canada through my work at Health Canada with First Nations. (print)


2014-12-22 12:53:33 -

Sheri Armstrong

signed the charter and committed to listen, support and connect individuals to needed services and help. (print)


2014-12-20 09:12:41 -

Blake Stitilis

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. I/We support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-20 08:15:49 -

*Miranda Kelly

signed the charter and committed to the call for a national action plan for violence prevention; the goals of the PVC to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention; coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies; and the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-19 12:52:27 -

*Patricia Janssen

signed the charter and committed to Ongoing teaching to graduate students and clinicians and research (print)


2014-12-18 09:52:52 -

*Elaine Williams

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention, that adopts a public health/population approach and that supports the collaboration amongst various sectors in Health, Education, Justice, Business/Employment in the prevention of violence and the promotion of safety, mental wellbeing and peace in our communities. (print)


2014-12-17 15:48:08 -

TATYANA MOLLAYEVA

signed the charter and committed to Violence Prevention Charter (print)


2014-12-17 12:53:52 -

*Gordon John Flowerdew

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-17 12:45:39 -

*Jennifer Pearson

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada whereever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-17 12:33:02 -

*Darlene Kordich Hall, PhD

signed the charter and committed to I commit to continue doing development of evidence-based programs, free resources and research to support strong, non-violent and resilient families through our program Reaching IN...Reaching OUT ( www.reachinginreachingout.com ). (print)


2014-12-17 10:57:57 -

Judy Bader

signed the charter and committed to Supporting the four bullets listed as samples (print)


2014-12-16 12:37:31 -

*Jacquelyn Labonte

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for family violence prevention. (print)


2014-12-16 12:32:07 -

*Jennifer Lesurf

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-15 17:18:12 -

*audrey bailey

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-15 06:36:52 -

Brittany Cook

signed the charter and committed to Working with women at risk in my professional life and personal life. I will provide them information, screen them for risk, and link to appropriate resources. I will also advocate for resources where/when I see they are lacking. (print)


2014-12-15 06:17:41 -

Erica Diamond

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-15 05:56:57 -

Monique Beneteau

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-11 12:48:59 -

Larry Stinson

signed the charter and committed to support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention, and for the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-11 11:45:50 -

Mary Pat Fasken

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention and the adoption of a public health approach to violence prevention, that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, commuity and societal levels. (print)


2014-12-11 11:36:14 -

Alida Tanna

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention, and for the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-11 11:11:34 -

*Kara Koteles

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-11 11:07:39 -

Kelly Gregoire

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada, wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims , the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-11 10:59:43 -

Jennifer Clydesdale

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-11 10:20:51 -

J. Stanley

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-11 10:19:37 -

Serena Jewer

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-11 09:40:28 -

Luisa Magalhaes

signed the charter and committed to speaking out against violence (print)


2014-12-11 08:59:01 -

Casey Cruikshank

signed the charter and committed to SUPPORT THE SAFETY OF ALL CANADIANS (print)


2014-12-11 08:16:16 -

*Bev Drew

signed the charter and committed to promote the charter, and work towards the prevention of early childhood trauma. (print)


2014-12-10 10:20:36 -

*Arshi Shaikh

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. I/We support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-10 09:35:36 -

Carol Kauppi

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-10 09:30:24 -

Jan Fox

signed the charter and committed to REACH Edmonton is a Coordinating Council committed to Community safety and we support the safety of all people in Canada. We believe that as all Canadians deserve to lead a violence free life and that issues of domestic violence must be address in a collective and comprehensive manner. (print)


2014-12-10 07:43:12 -

Alison Stirling

signed the charter and committed to sharing the charter and coordination of efforts/strategies and actions locally, provincially and nationally. (print)


2014-12-10 06:08:59 -

*Angela Clancy

signed the charter and committed to I support the goals of Prevention of Violence of Canada, the coordination of efforts and integration of violence prevention strategies, and support the safety of all people in Canada. (print)


2014-12-09 19:06:44 -

Kimberly Munro

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-09 17:12:41 -

monique leblanc

signed the charter and committed to A national action plan for violence prevention including improved services for victims. (print)


2014-12-09 14:07:55 -

*Irving Rootman

signed the charter and committed to Helping to raise awareness in BC (print)


2014-12-09 13:32:08 -

*Dr. Thomas Piggott

signed the charter and committed to work towards public health actions for violence prevention and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-09 12:48:08 -

Erica Darvill

signed the charter and committed to I support all people, no matter their background or religion. I support the safety of all Canadians, at home and abroad. I support the rights of all people, not just Canadians. (print)


2014-12-09 10:52:16 -

*Cheryl Campbell

signed the charter and committed to help raise awareness to violence and abuse in Ontario (print)


2014-12-09 10:00:21 -

*Jacqueline Russell

signed the charter and committed to Work with others on strategies to prevent violence in my community through professional, community and social networks. Violence is a public health issue! (print)


2014-12-09 09:38:39 -

*Maritia Gully

signed the charter and committed to raising my children to be respectful and appreciative of diversity and differences (print)


2014-12-09 08:57:20 -

*Judith Burgess

signed the charter and committed to I commit to employing leadership at the post-secondary level to promote safety and security, and violence prevention. (print)


2014-12-09 07:45:36 -

Suzanne White

signed the charter and committed to help raise awareness about violence in our community (print)


2014-12-09 07:42:03 -

*Jennifer Modica

signed the charter and committed to I/We support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. I/We support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. I/We support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-12-09 07:24:21 -

*Tanis Shanks

signed the charter and committed to a violent free Canada where everyone can feel safe and be free from harm. (print)


2014-12-09 06:57:26 -

*rosana pellizzari

signed the charter and committed to Support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. (print)


2014-12-09 06:54:56 -

*Kathy L. Belton

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-08 03:23:23 -

Danielle Gelinas

signed the charter and committed to Continue working towards the creation of safe environments through Canadian Red Cross' RespectED; Violence & Abuse Prevention Programs (print)


2014-12-06 09:43:04 -

Michelle Bruce

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-06 08:33:16 -

*Larry Mroz

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-06 06:41:05 -

Tina Wideen

signed the charter and committed to spread the word to ensure those that need help can find it. (print)


2014-12-05 16:57:43 -

Christiane Couture

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-12-05 03:44:27 -

*Laurie Wright

signed the charter and committed to Supporting the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. (print)


2014-12-04 22:44:08 -

*Lorna Arnold

signed the charter and committed to a national violence prevention plan ! (print)


2014-12-04 21:38:18 -

*Jodi Mucha

signed the charter and committed to BC Healthy Communities Society (BCHC) supports the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. (print)


2014-12-04 17:18:35 -

*Sylvia Hawkins

signed the charter and committed to speaking out about issues of violence, abuse and bullying (print)


2014-12-04 17:05:44 -

Heather Keith

signed the charter and committed to Talk to all my friends and have a discussion with family members (print)


2014-12-04 08:57:18 -

*Nancy Kovacs

signed the charter and committed to Continue working towards the creation of safe environments through Red Cross' RespectED Abuse Prevention Programs (print)


2014-12-01 12:30:37 -

*sue morris

signed the charter and committed to Reducing risk factors and promoting protective factors at an individual,family,community and society level are important in preventing violence.Let`s increase these supports. (print)


2014-11-29 15:51:31 -

Lanie Koch

signed the charter and committed to I support violence to prevent in Canada and globally. (print)


2014-11-28 12:06:44 -

*Ruth Cordukes

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-11-28 12:06:15 -

Joanne Enders

signed the charter and committed to Support the call for a National strategy. (print)


2014-11-19 13:08:20 -

*The Child Welfare League of Canada

signed the charter and committed to working, as a coalition partner, to influence legislation, policy, and programs which improve outcomes for children, youth and their families, especially those facing challenging circumstances. (print)


2014-11-19 12:06:12 -

Gordon

signed the charter and committed to as a coalition partner, the Child Welfare League of Canada is committed to strengthening child protection and the prevention of violence in Canada and around the world. (print)


2014-11-19 09:25:04 -

*Andrew Weaver

signed the charter and committed to wholeheartedly support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. We all have a duty as stakeholders in society to support the safety of all citizens. I support the programs aimed at violence prevention and stand with those dedicated people who work daily on this – such as social workers, law enforcement personnel, teachers and counsellors. I believe we need to be strong advocates for violence prevention and support programs at a local, provincial and national levels. I call on my fellow MLAs and all British Columbians to please join me in signing the charter and make your commitment to a violence free Canada. (print)


2014-11-19 07:23:58 -

Wendy Craig

signed the charter and committed to To supporting children live in a respectful, safe world supported by caring adults. (print)


2014-11-13 09:33:39 -

*Holly Mohr

signed the charter and committed to I commit to doing what I can to prevent violence and bullying by: standing up for injustice that I see, sharing resources on preventing violence and smiling at strangers more. (print)


2014-11-12 16:41:37 -

*Murray Rankin

signed the charter and committed to working with my constituents and other MPs to set healthy public policy for violence prevention. (print)


2014-11-10 12:12:05 -

*Sharlene Sedgwick Walsh

signed the charter and committed to I support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-11-07 12:41:20 -

*Dr.Liana Nolan

signed the charter and committed to Region of Waterloo Public Health collaborates with our partners to promote the determinants of health such as housing, income, child care and safety. (print)


2014-11-07 12:41:11 -

*Lori Snyder MacGregor

signed the charter and committed to Throughout the lifespan everyone has the right to live, learn, work and play in peace and safety. (print)


2014-11-07 10:37:14 -

Monica Hamilton

signed the charter and committed to support violence prevention (print)


2014-09-22 07:49:58 -

*Mary Mueller

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. • I support the goals of Prevention of Violence Canada-Prévention de la Violence Canada to adopt a public health approach to violence prevention,that addresses risk and protective factors at the individual, family or interpersonal, community and societal levels. • I support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. • I/We support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-06-27 11:28:54 -

*Carolyn Gingras

signed the charter and committed to work to educate children, youth and adults on what they can do to prevent violence in their schools, communities and workplaces by promoting safe and respectful evnirmonments. (print)


2014-06-20 09:08:05 -

*Debïje A. Jules

signed the charter and committed to Support coordination of our efforts and the integration of violence prevention strategies. (print)


2014-06-06 10:01:45 -

Meghan toal

signed the charter and committed to continuing working throughout the provicne of British Columbia to generate awareness about violence prevention and provide prevention education opportunities for diverse communities. (print)


2014-06-06 09:59:32 -

Theresa Schiewe

signed the charter and committed to support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. (print)


2014-06-05 12:30:58 -

Shelley Cardinal

signed the charter and committed to I support the call for a National Action Plan for violence prevention. I will work with communities and organizations to integrate violence prevention initiatives in Aboriginal communities across Canada (print)


2014-06-05 11:08:42 -

*Phaedra Betelehem Aligaz

signed the charter and committed to support the safety of all people in Canada wherever they live, work and play, the rights of victims, the prevention of self harm and suicide and the promotion of peace. We also commit to support the call for a national action plan for violence prevention. Great meeting you Shannon! (print)


2014-06-05 08:37:37 -

*Jenna Brockerville

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-06-04 12:47:03 -

*Dia Mamatis

signed the charter and committed to promoting the goals of the Charter within my various networks. (print)


2014-06-04 11:57:29 -

*Christiane Sadeler

signed the charter and committed to The WRCPC commits to continuing its work in violence prevention as part of our 40 year violence prevention plan and smartoncrime.ca approach. We also commit to doing so always in collaboration because we are strongest when we work together. We support a violence prevention approach that reduces the risks of and increases the resiliencies to crime, violence and insecurity. WHY? Because we are inspired to work for social justice and positive change by addressing the root causes of crime. Our orientation is focused on future generations and healing not punishment. Signed on behalf of the WRCPC, May 30, 2014 www.preventingcrime.ca (print)


2014-06-03 21:54:12 -

Joanna Burrows

signed the charter and committed to Jo Burrows (print)


2014-06-03 21:29:43 -

*Parnell Davis

signed the charter and committed to I commit to violence prevention in Canada. (print)


2014-06-03 18:44:28 -

Mike Burke

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-06-03 11:42:56 -

*Shannon Pickering

signed the charter and committed to living in a way that promotes kindness and acceptance, and continuing to educate others in understanding and preventing violence. (print)


2014-06-03 11:15:03 -

Heather Keith

signed the charter and committed to Commenting on any "jokes" that are subtly, or not so subtly, racial or misogynistic . (print)


2014-06-03 10:12:36 -

*Rebecca Ulrich

signed the charter and committed to work to educate each child, youth and adult about how to prevent violence and promote a safe, violence-free Canada. (print)


2014-06-03 09:58:28 -

*Christine MacPherson

signed the charter and committed to Christine MacPherson (print)


2014-06-03 09:49:25 -

*Mary Crocker

signed the charter and committed to working together to continue promoting prevention education in order to create safer environments, especially for children and youth (print)


2014-06-03 09:33:08 -

*Sarah Burke

signed the charter and committed to Continue to work to educate every child and youth in Canada about heir right to live in a safe Canada free from violence, abuse and neglect. www.redcross.ca/respected (print)


2014-06-03 09:00:07 -

*Laurie Strome

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-06-03 08:19:29 -

*Shelley Roy

signed the charter and committed to (print)


2014-06-02 20:24:45 -

*Maureen Trask

signed the charter and committed to peace (print)


2014-05-30 13:05:44 -

*Louisa Mussells Pires

signed the charter and committed to Considering and including violence prevention in my health promotion work. (print)


2014-05-28 10:00:04 -

Tamara Wee

signed the charter and committed to having the courage to share peace and understanding and to stand against violence whenever I see it. (print)


2014-05-28 06:11:32 -

Jasmine Hasselback

signed the charter and committed to I commit to stop ignoring the facts and embrace the need to stop violence (print)


2014-05-28 04:55:54 -

*Lynn McIntyre

signed the charter and committed to Sharing, learning, doing. (print)


2014-05-28 04:53:25 -

*Melanie katsivo

signed the charter and committed to A violence free Canada and world (print)


2014-05-25 11:06:41 -

*Canadian Red Cross

signed the charter and committed to The Canadian Red Cross commits to continue its work enhancing the capacity of schools, organizations, communities, and individuals to create safe environments and prevent bullying, workplace violence, child abuse, and youth relationship violence through its courses and workshops. (print)


2013-11-05 13:30:59 -

Liticia Gardner

signed the charter and committed to I commit to continuing my volunteer work with the anti-violence project at Uvic, because I believe I can make a difference in my community (print)


2013-11-05 13:27:55 -

Jason Vogt

signed the charter and committed to creating a website to help canadians commit to making Canada violence free. (print)


2013-11-05 13:07:44 -

Shannon Turner

signed the charter and committed to pursuing the WHO recommendations for a violence free canada (print)