Ongoing social justice initiatives by students from Guelph, Ont.’s St. John Catholic School are helping those in need in their community. 

Good Shepherd to provide homeless a Super Bowl feast

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An ongoing collaboration between the Rabba Roots community program and Good Shepherd Ministries will see the eighth annual dinner event on Super Bowl Sunday, providing upwards of 100 overnight shelter guests with hot gameday-style meals and a night of sports entertainment. 

Retreat aims to empower trafficking survivors

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St. Mary of Egypt Refuge is embarking on the third year of its commitment to provide comfort and support for survivors of sex trafficking.

Love, faith key to 70 years of marriage

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For Gilda and Carmine Benincasa, their love story began inside a school in their Italian homeland. 

London board reintroduces police in schools

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The London District Catholic School Board is reintroducing a revamped school resource officer (SRO) program in its schools. 

Montreal Archdiocese suing Quebec over MAiD forced upon hospice

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In what could prove to be a landmark case for religious and conscience rights in Canada, Montreal’s Archbishop Christian Lépine has taken on the Attorney General of Quebec.

Parental rights win with new Alberta policy

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Alberta’s proposed parental rights policy is another step in parents regaining control of their children’s education —  in particular concerning a perceived overreach with gender ideology — from school bureaucrats, say its supporters.

Century-old Carmelite daycare to shut down

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It’s the end of an era in the Trinity-Bellwoods area of downtown Toronto, with the century-old child-care hub Carmelite Day Nursery announcing its plans to wind down operations by the end of July.

Durham Catholic board named among Canada’s best employers

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The Durham Catholic District School Board has been recognized by Forbes as one of Canada’s best employers in 2024. 

MAiD for mental illness pushed back at least two years

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The federal government is planning to delay its planned expansion of assisted suicide for individuals sole living with mental illness until March 2027.

Catholic colleges hope cap targets ‘bad actors’

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Canada’s Catholic colleges and universities are taking a “wait and see” view of the federal government’s Jan. 22 pronouncement of a two-year intake cap on international student permits.