During Winter Orientation Month (January 18th to February 5th), download and try to complete one of our Orientation Week Bingo sheets for a chance to win a prize!


Salt & Sugar: CPEP Podcast Launch (January 20 11am to 12pm)
Join Lead Consent Peer Educators Alex & Monique for a live recording of the Consent Peer Education Program podcast! In this episode, Alex & Monique break down consent. What is it? Can consent really be sexy? How has the term consent been normalized or watered down? Tune in to the Instagram Live @cpepteam for a chance to win some CPEP swag!

Let's Get Physical (January 27 11am to 12pm)
When we're getting physical with romantic or sexual partners, how can we make sure to communicate and navigate boundaries? Join the Consent Peer Education Program and Humber Fitness for some simple exercises to get the blood pumping while we talk about boundaries! Join the Zoom (password 6mmRTJ).

Let's Talk About Sex (January 27 6pm to 7pm)
Test out your sex knowledge during our evening of sex trivia! Compete against Humber College, University of Guelph-Humber, Mohawk College, Sheridan College, and Algonquin College students for a chance to win one of three prizes! Register for Let's Talk About Sex online.

What's the Tea? Dating & Relationships during COVID-19 (January 28 3pm to 4pm)
Pull up a cup of tea (or other beverage of your choice) and join the Consent Peer Education Program for a conversation about dating and relationships during COVID-19! Participants will receive a gift card to Tim Horton's to cover your next tea! Register for What's the Tea? online.

Stay At Home Coffee House with Saffron A (February 5 7pm to 8:30pm)
Join the Consent Peer Education Program with special guest, Saffron A, for a virtual concert. A University of Guelph-Humber alumna, Saffron A is an activist and musician educating folks about consent and sexual violence through music! Register for Stay At Home Coffee House online.


#WeDontStandBy (Video)

This video represents the key message in our campaign, showing that as a community, #WeDontStandBy but rather stand up to sexual violence. It will be aired on social media and run on circulation throughout the screens on all campuses.



The program teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in instances where an incident may be occurring or where there may be risk. Through in-depth discussion of issues and role-playing of common violence scenarios, participants come to understand how they play a part in proactively preventing sexual and relationship violence, how they can help survivors get the help and support they need, and how they can contribute to the creation of a campus climate that reflects a commitment to safety for all.

CAN I KISS YOU? (Presentation)

Each year at Humber, first year students attend ‘Can I Kiss You? During this presentation students are shown why "Asking First" and getting consent makes all the difference! Attendees are given skills to instantly use in their own relationships. Plus, students discover how to "Be a Friend" by appropriately intervening in potentially dangerous situations with their peers (especially when alcohol is involved). Each student also learns how to properly provide support for survivors by "Opening the Door" for those they care about.