Prime Minister's Award winners:
Carolyn Wilson in Stratford
Mark Robbins in Barry's Bay
Robert Munsch recalls Sister Emma Jean Middendorf
The Book on Teachers
The literature our students read may reveal what they see in us.
by David Booth
by Francis Chalifour
A Few Fears and Fantasies
The high school experience haunts a 50-year-old man's dreams.
by Linwood Barclay
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The College passes a major milestone.
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