Holy Cross sends hope to Paris
Holy Cross Catholic School students displayed illustrations containing their message of hope to the people of France, in reaction to recent events...
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Toronto school boards offer support resources in wake of Paris attacks

Tamara Shephard

Toronto’s Catholic and public school boards has made support resources available to parents,...

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News | Nov 25, 2015
Winter bazaar

Support Sir Adam Beck’s winter bazaar

Celebrate the season and support Sir Adam Beck Junior School. The Alderwood school hosts its winter bazaar Saturday, Nov....

Etobicoke Guardian
News | Nov 24, 2015
UofT Principal

Bruce Kidd officially becomes 10th University of Toronto Scarborough principal

Bruce Kidd was officially installed as the 10th principal of the University of Toronto Scarborough Friday, Nov. 20,...

Scarborough Mirror | by Tara Hatherly
News | Nov 23, 2015

Yorkview Public School collecting donations for new play structure

After their play structure was closed off in the spring due to disrepair, Yorkview Public School is asking for donations...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | Nov 18, 2015
Jaimie McDonell

East York students spend Ivy League weekend at Princeton University

A group of East York high school students got a taste of Ivy League life at Princeton University, during a whirlwind weekend...

East York Mirror | by Tara Hatherly
News | Nov 18, 2015

Seneca College grad wins Premier’s Award

A former Seneca College student is one of six college graduates who received the 2015 Premier’s Award. Each year, the...

North York Mirror
News | Nov 17, 2015

Toronto District School Board director takes on provincial role

The Toronto District School Board’s (TDSB) director of education has stepped down to lead a joint provincial government-York...

York Guardian | by Fannie Sunshine
Nov 17, 2015

York University profs Stephen Gaetz, Susan McGrath receive Impact Awards

Two York University professors have received Impact Awards by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada...

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Nov 17, 2015

Provincial government funds East York after school programs

Six East York organizations are receiving provincial funding for after school programs, the government announced Monday,...

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Nov 17, 2015

Jack Cockwell and family donates $8 million to Ryerson University

One of Ryerson University’s biggest donors has added to his philanthropic efforts to the school. Jack Cockwell and his...

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Nov 13, 2015

Elementary teachers ratify new contract

Results of voting on new deal for EFTO teachers to be known today

Nov 13, 2015

Majority of teachers in Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario union vote in favour of contract

Teacher and occasional teacher members of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) have voted to ratify the...

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Nov 11, 2015

Residents’ input sought on public school board’s review of east-end Toronto high schools

The Toronto District School Board is hosting a series of meetings on an accommodation review involving 10 east-end high...

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Nov 10, 2015

New health-care clinic opens its doors within Nelson Mandela school

Thanks to the Toronto District School Board’s (TDSB) Model Schools for Inner Cities initiative and a partnership with St....

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Nov 09, 2015

Overcrowded Blessed Cardinal Newman high school in Scarborough will be rebuilt at a cost of $30 million

Blessed Cardinal Newman, a proud but crowded and crumbling Catholic secondary school on the Scarborough Bluffs, will be...

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Nov 06, 2015

Central Tech wins TDSB culinary competition designed to raise awareness and money for school nutrition

Central Technical School culinary students took top prize in a brown rice competition to win money for their school’s...

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Nov 04, 2015

Lawrence Heights School students get to video chat with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Students from Lawrence Heights Middle School will get a chance to join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a video conference...

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