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  • BC Election Update

    BC Election Update

    Jay McCauley, Social Media Co-ordinator

    May 15, 2017

    The BC election officially started on April 11th, 2017. There were 87 seats up for grabs, an increase from the previous 85 seats. Incumbent Premier Christy Clark of the BC Liberal Party, John Horgan of the BC NDP, and Andrew Weaver of the BC Green Party were all vying to form government, with the latter...

    Premier Christy Clark hugs her son, Hamish ('19), after speaking to supporters on election night.

  • A Great Season, But an Even Better Playoff

    A Great Season, But an Even Better Playoff

    Ahmed Alghamdi, Staff Writer

    May 11, 2017

    On April 15th, 2017, the iconic NBA (National Basketball Association) Playoffs begun. During the Playoffs, the top eight teams from every conference (East and West) compete to win the championship. Last year's winners were the Cleveland Cavaliers in a seven-game series versus the Golden State Warriors...

    The 2017 NBA Playoff bracket

  • Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

    Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

    Michael Hua

    May 5, 2017

    Our world as young and growing students is changing faster than ever before in every aspect; the way in which we communicate with others and learn in the classroom has gone from simple forms into complex technological ones. In retrospect, technology does reap several benefits that are essential in helping...

  • Looking Forward to the Fair

    Looking Forward to the Fair

    Noah Strang, Staff Writer

    May 2, 2017

    St. George's School is buzzing with excitement, as the annual Saints Fair is just around the corner. The school has been getting ready for weeks now, as the fair is one of the most anticipated events of the school year. The Saints Fair really brings the school community together, as everyone helps out...

    One boy celebrates after the pie eating competition.

    Luke Parolin

  • Saints’ At The U-18 European Championships

    Saints’ At The U-18 European Championships

    Noah King, Staff Writer

    April 25, 2017

    For the first two weeks of April, three current Saint George’s students went on tour with the Under 18 National Rugby Team. Canada was set to participate in the U-18 European Championships in Quimper, France. Jack Scher (12), Noah King (12) and Samuel Sirlin (11) departed April first to Toronto...

    Noah King, Samuel Sirlin, Conor Trainor (Grad 2007), Jack Scher, And ex Saints' student Piers Von Dadelszen pose for a photo. (Robert King)

BC Election Update

BC Election Update

Jay McCauley, Social Media Co-ordinator

The BC election officially started on April 11th, 2017. There were 87 seats up for grabs, an increase from the previous 85 seats. Incumbent Premier Christy Clark of the BC ...

May 15, 2017No Comments

  • Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing? May 5, 2017
  • CAIS Rugby Championship May 1, 2017
  • Canadian Teams Battle for the Cup Once Again April 26, 2017

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A Great Season, But an Even Better Playoff

A Great Season, But an Even Better Playoff

Ahmed Alghamdi, Staff Writer

On April 15th, 2017, the iconic NBA (National Basketball Association) Playoffs begun. During the Playoffs, the top eight teams from every conference (East and West) compe...

May 11, 2017No Comments

Recent Sports Stories

CAIS Rugby Championship

CAIS Rugby Championship

May 1, 2017

Canadian Teams Battle for the Cup Once Again

Canadian Teams Battle for the Cup Once Again

April 26, 2017

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Harker Hall’s 2017 Easter Dinner

Trevor Li

The Easter Dinner took place in the cafeteria of the Junior School.

Harker Hall’s 2017 Easter Dinner

Trevor Li, Layout Editor

The Easter long weekend allowed Harker Hall’s organisers to plan a host of relevant events for the boarders. On Sunday, Harker Hall’s traditional annual Easter dinner...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Harker Hall’s Unusual Intramural

Harker Hall’s Unusual Intramural

March 9, 2017

This Hasn’t Happened in Five Years

This Hasn’t Happened in Five Years

December 7, 2016

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Arts Week 2017!

Arts Week 2017!

Trevor Li, Layout Editor

Arts Week 2017 at St. George’s kicked off with the first assembly and guest speaker of the week – documentary filmmaker Mike Downie. Downie has spent the past four years working on an awareness project surrounding the atrocities that took place in Canadian residential schools...

April 12, 2017No Comments

The OPUS; A Rendition of Saints Art

The OPUS; A Rendition of Saints Art

March 1, 2017

Poetry In Voice: The 5th Anniversary

Poetry In Voice: The 5th Anniversary

January 28, 2017

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Looking Forward to the Fair

Looking Forward to the Fair

Noah Strang, Staff Writer

St. George's School is buzzing with excitement, as the annual Saints Fair is just around the corner. The school has been getting ready for weeks now, as the fair is one of...

May 2, 2017No Comments

St. Georges Day 2017

St. Georges Day 2017

April 23, 2017

Gap Years: Waste of Time or Learning Opportunity?

April 19, 2017

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How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

Her red hair and broad smile instantly come to mind when we think of Ms. Jennifer Torry, who has recently taken charge of The Creed. To gain more knowledge of its new mentor,...

February 6, 2017No Comments

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

January 30, 2017

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

November 4, 2016

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Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

Michael Hua

Our world as young and growing students is changing faster than ever before in every aspect; the way in which we communicate with others and learn in the classroom has gone...

May 5, 2017No Comments

Gap Years: Waste of Time or Learning Opportunity?

April 19, 2017

Momentum: Kaya Malay Food Review

Momentum: Kaya Malay Food Review

February 27, 2017

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