Canadian Children’s Exposure to Violence: What it Means for Parents

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Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD)

One of every seven children (14%) in Canada under the age of 12 is a victim of bullying once a week or more / The average child sees 12,000 violent acts on television each year, including many depictions of murder and rape / The average Canadian child watches 23 hours of television each week, and some children watch up to five hours of television daily / Many more statistics

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