The University of Guelph, Wellington Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) and Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) are collaborating to provide students with disabilities the skills essential for competitive employment. 

Stories are a tool for evangelization

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Spiritus York’s kick-off event of 2024 connected the dots between Narnia and Anime in modern-day evangelization.

Alberta to introduce parental rights’ bill

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Alberta Premier Danielle Smith will unveil her government’s parental rights bill today, which will see parents’ permission needed for a child to change their name or pronoun from what they were given at birth.

Ceremonies to mark consecrated life

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A group that Toronto Archbishop Francis Leo calls “a true gift to the entire Family of God” will gather coast-to-coast in Canada Feb. 2-4 to mark the World Day for Consecrated Life.

Freedom the winner in convoy ruling, lawyer says

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After a rash of “very poor” judgments in recent years, John Carpay was “happily surprised” the Federal Court of Canada ruled on Jan. 23 that Justin Trudeau’s government was not justified in using the Emergencies Act against the Freedom Convoy protest in 2022.

Catholics step up to make it a record year for ShareLife

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The Archdiocese of Toronto’s annual ShareLife parish charitable appeal soared to a record high $14.2 million haul in 2023, surpassing the previous record set in 2021 by more than $300,000. 

Peterborough principal pays back pupils with polar plunge

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To make good on a promise to his students, John Jalsevac braved the elements by taking a dive into Little Lake. 

MAiD expansion delayed, but fight far from over

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Groups battling the federal government’s expansion of MAiD to the mentally ill say the delay announced Jan. 29 is no cause to claim victory.

Lawyers seek to ‘rein in’ law group’s MAiD advocacy

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Christian lawyer Lia Milousis hoped the votable resolution she and Kerri Froc submitted to the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) would convince the federal government to delay once again expanding medical assistance in dying (MAiD) to individuals solely dealing with a mental health illness. 

Stonemason resurrects P.E.I. rectory

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T Harv. Eker, the Canadian businessman, author and motivational speaker who espouses that a person’s mental attitude is foundational in creating wealth, once said “it’s not enough to be in the right place at the right time. You have to be the right person in the right place at the right time.”

Cardinal Lacroix steps aside until sex abuse allegations are clarified

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Cardinal Gérald Cyprien Lacroix has just announced to his principal collaborators that he is temporarily withdrawing from his activities until the situation (involving sexual abuse allegations) is clarified.