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Saskatchewan Catholic boards trying to raise $250K for legal fight

Saskatchewan’s Catholic school boards are hoping to fundraise to pay for their legal battle over government funding for non-Catholic students in their system.

The Saskatchewan Catholic School Board Association… 334 more words


Charter challenge targets Ontario's separate school system

A group that is trying to challenge the legal status of separate school boards in Ontario says it violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 178 more words


Students can opt out of religious classes at Ontario Catholic school after complaint settled

TORONTO – Students at an Ontario Catholic school board will soon have more flexibility to opt out of religious courses and programs thanks to a human rights settlement that could have implications across the province. 882 more words


Principals of Catholic schools throughout Australia have apologised for abuse

Principals of Catholic schools throughout Australia have apologised for abuse 
June 1, 2017 

PRINCIPALS of Catholic schools have jointly apologised for sexual abuse inflicted on students at their schools. 232 more words

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Living in the Real World

On the Monday before Ash Wednesday, the first week of Lent, my daily routine completely changed: I began a 9-week teaching practicum and was suddenly thrust into the ‘real world.’ Though I had started the process to get recertified almost a year earlier, the opportunity to complete my teaching practicum – the final step in the process – was sudden and unexpected. 660 more words

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CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Boston Archdiocese Admits Lesbian Couple's Child to Catholic School

“This Month in Catholic LGBT History” is Bondings 2.0’s  feature to educate readers of the rich history—positive and negative—that has taken place over the last four decades regarding Catholic LGBT equality issues.   763 more words


Red Deer Public School Board supports unified Alberta school system

The Red Deer Public School Board has voted in favour of lobbying the government for one publicly funded education system in the province.

It was a tight 4-3 vote Wednesday night, which came following a motion put forward by trustee Dianne Macaulay. 382 more words