Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

The union representing Ontario’s Catholic teachers is endorsing calls to authorize COVID vaccinations for kids between five and 11, a move that seems to have the support of the majority of Canadians as well.

The Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto has acknowledged and apologized for historical harm committed against Indigenous and Black communities.

It was 10 years ago at Tony Romo’s Steakhouse Restaurant in Calgary.

The message across the country for parishioners, volunteers and staff at Catholic churches is clear: please get vaccinated.

Matthew Ljuden still has no clue who submitted his name and highlight tape for consideration in NFL Canada’s Way to Play High School initiative.

I was scrolling through my news feed on Twitter last week when I stumbled upon a quite shocking meme.

Denise and Joshua Grimard and their children were away visiting family when they received word that their community of Telegraph Creek in the northern British Columbia interior was among the communities decimated by raging wildfires that swept over the province in August 2018.

Rewind the clocks to late July 2020. Five months into the COVID-19 pandemic and Catholic Missions In Canada had already paid a heavy toll.

When appraising the landscape through a global lens, a case can be made that 2021 has been a banner year in the fight against the evil, entrenched practice of human trafficking.

The final countdown is on until Our Lady of the Cape receives its splashy film premiere treatment.