On Friday 55,000 Canadian Union of Public employees began their strike and protest of the provincial governments use of the notwithstanding clause
The Toronto Catholic District School Board is releasing a new app for students to report bullying and other incidents in March.
As Dunbarton High School student Brandon Parker was on his way to his locker, he recalls something he says he’ll never forget. In his sightline was a 16-year-old saw a girl carrying two large kitchen knives, running down the hallway in his direction.
Like many high school football teams, the Chaminade Gryphon’s best athletes play both offence and defence, but the two-way players put on a show at home Monday afternoon. The 2014 champion Gryphons defeated the Blessed…
The idea of changing the name from Catholic School Advisory Council to Catholic School Council might seem minor, but the slight change has serious consequences.
An educational assistant at Dante Alighieri Academy has been charged after police say he allegedly exploited a high school student online.
Residents in the Brookside neighbourhood of Scarborough can now send their children to a Catholic school.
Get ready Toronto, it’s going to get a bit chilly! Environment Canada has set out a severe winter waning for today and Friday. The city of Toronto will experience significant snowfall from 15 to 25…
There’s a hunger to increase the amount of breakfast and food programs in Scarborough schools, a hunger that can’t be met because of lack of funding. The Toronto Partners of Student Nutrition placed a moratorium on division of the municipal and provincial funding, funnelling funding into existing breakfast and food programs in schools and refusing any new applicants.
The Toronto Sports Leadership Program celebrated its most recent graduating class earlier this month. But each graduate’s personal success is only part of the story, says Ann Doggett, a city community recreation supervisor involved in the program, which provides opportunities through sport to at-risk youth.