A year ago, Ottawa businessman John Pacheco woke up with a perplexing divine message running through his head: “Get the schools going.”

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The International Pro-Life Flag will not fly over Toronto Catholic schools this May.

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Reading the passages about gender theory written in the new Vatican document Dignitas Infinita (Infinite Dignity) offered Francine Champagne, a former school trustee in Winnipeg, a feeling of vindication. 

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Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) trustee Mike Del Grande hopes that on April 23, almost 200 TCDSB schools and the Catholic Education Centre will get the go ahead to fly the international pro-life flag annually during May.

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Francine Champagne had high hopes of helping children when she was elected as a trustee of Winnipeg’s Louis Riel School Division Board (LRSDB) in October 2022. They all came crashing down a few months later over a non-existent debate about library books and mild memes.

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New schools are on their way to address growing enrolment and demand in Catholic schools in Alberta’s two largest cities.

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

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

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An Alberta school trustee who lost her position for an Aug. 27 social media post comparing the LGBT community to Nazi Germany is appealing her dismissal.

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Catholic school enrollment has skyrocketed to new heights in many regions across Canada, especially in and around London, Ont., and Saskatoon.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urging left-leaning activists to sharpen their listening skills if they want public support. Pray the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association gets the message.

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Remarkable. It’s a conclusion that comes to mind upon reading the biographies of the 2022-23 Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) top Grade 12 scholars.

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The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is set to complete an 18-month labour of love early in the fall semester when it installs the final 20 of its welcome benches at each of the board’s school. 

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Stealing a line from The Beach Boys, Deborah Koko said she spent her vacation before Grade 11 “pickin’ up good vibrations.”

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This autumn, when Loyola High School in Montreal opens its doors to welcome 50 young women to the incoming seventh-grade class, only two single-sex Jesuit secondary schools will remain in Canada.

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