Campion stays true to its Jesuit roots

REGINA – As Canada’s only Jesuit undergraduate college turns 100, it will begin its second century by walking in the footsteps of the first Jesuit Pope.

    Aboriginal advisor a first for university

    It didn’t take long for Patrick Small Legs-Nagge to pick up on the culture of Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, N.S.

    “One of the first things I noticed in my first week is how inclusive this campus is,” said Small Legs-Nagge, who last month began his new job as special advisor to the president on aboriginal affairs.

      Student trustee ready for his rookie year

      Imagine being 16 years old and having to represent 92,000 of your peers.

        Toronto Catholic schools part of new pedestrian safety initiative for students

        TORONTO – Parents have a lot of things to worry about on the first day of school. Whether or not their child arrives safely should not be one of them.

          Building leaders is top priority for new director

          Along his journey as a student, teacher and now director of education at Canada’s largest Catholic school board, Rory McGuckin leaned on Catholic leaders for guidance.

            Canada, refugee family earn high marks

            Peace, order, good government — that’s all Jomanah Chahrour’s family needed to succeed when they arrived in Edmonton almost six years ago, fleeing Syria’s chaotic, brutalizing civil war.

              Film protects schools’ Catholic legacy

              Although religious communities no longer have a daily presence in most Ontario schools, a soon-to-be completed film hopes to ensure their efforts in establishing Catholic education are not forgotten.

                Students get a big charge from physics

                A group of Catholic students from Cambridge, Ont., hope a once-ina- lifetime opportunity to conduct an experiment at the world-famous CERN laboratory in Switzerland will help change the way scientists view the world.

                  Schools ready to go around the globe to solve enrolment issues

                  Years of declining enrolment are pushing some Catholic school boards to take a far deeper dive into the foreign student market.