Skip to main content Skip to section navigation

CWTA recognizes Canadian Centre’s commitment to the community

Canadian Centre receives Connected to the Community Award

For Immediate Release

WINNIPEG, MB: The Canadian Centre for Child Protection was honoured to be recognized by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) for partnering with Canada’s wireless industry to serve Canadian families and better protect children.

Nominated by Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (MTS), the Canadian Centre was one of five Manitoba-based organizations presented with the CWTA’s Connected to the Community Award Wednesday evening during a reception held at The Fairmont Winnipeg.

“This award exemplifies how an agency like ours can use wireless technology and work together with leading wireless industry members to improve safety resources for Canadians,” says Lianna McDonald, Executive Director at the Canadian Centre, “We’re grateful to MTS for the nomination – we know that no one entity can tackle all the issues youth and children face online and we look forward to continuing our work together.”

“The CWTA and its members have long been partnering with the Centre on a variety of projects, and I have had the opportunity to see first-hand how valuable its work is,” says Bernard Lord, CWTA President and CEO. “I know all of us appreciate the Centre’s tireless efforts to keep Canada’s children safe in our ever-evolving society.”


About the Canadian Centre for Child Protection: the Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a registered charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victimization by providing national programs and services to the Canadian public. Learn more by visiting

Support our work. Donate today.

Be a part of something big. As a registered charitable organization, we rely on donations to help us offer our programs and services to the public. You can support us in helping families and protecting children.

Donate Now