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Saint Paul University takes innovation to the next level

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Saint Paul University in Ottawa has good news for young Catholics who want to make a difference.

Campion College opens doors to growing number of migrant students

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REGINA – Mbayang Dabo laughs as she says, “Every winter I reconsider my decision (to move to Regina).” It’s quite understandable in mid-February as the Prairie city struggles through a two-week stretch of winter where the mercury has barely risen above -20.

Jesuit brings his case for nature, technology and loneliness to Campion

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REGINA – In modern society, people talk plenty about nature and the environment, but when it comes down to reality, they don’t actually experience what God has created around us.

St. Paul’s has a tall order in Goliath ancient dig project

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For nine years, students from St. Paul’s College have been helping to uncover the life of Goliath, one piece of ancient pottery at a time.

Regis College to preserve a large part of the Scarboro's work

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Note: An earlier version of this story indicated that the Scarboro Foreign Mission Society would cease to exist by 2020.The article has been modified to more accurately reflect the Scarboro Missions plans for continuing their apostolate.


Saskatchewan opens nine new Catholic schools

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REGINA – In the wake of the province invoking the notwithstanding clause to protect Catholic education, Saskatchewan’s Catholic school system is undergoing the largest expansion in the province’s history.

King's University College puts focus on mental health

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When it comes to supporting mental health on campus, King’s University College has plenty of new tricks up its sleeve — from yoga to meditation headbands.

Campion stays true to its Jesuit roots

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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

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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.