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  • The Grade 8 Camp, In Grade 12 Eyes

    The Grade 8 Camp, In Grade 12 Eyes

    Jaden Bains, Staff Writer

    September 21, 2017

    On September 13th, the Grade 8’s trekked out to Camp Squeah for a 3-day exploration designed to turn their class into a full-fledged team. Activates around comradely, commitment, and the core vales dominated the trip, but maybe it was their student leaders, the grade 12’s learned most about lead...

    Grade 8 boys watching a guitar performance by Camp Squeah instructors

    Stefan Krysa

  • St. George’s Investment Club: What You Need to Know

    St. George’s Investment Club: What You Need to Know

    Tony Li, Staff Writer

    September 21, 2017

    Every year, St. George’s School offers more than fifty club options open to all senior school students. The 2017-2018 school year is no exception as the Saints Games’ Program got off to a running start this past week; according to the St. George’s School website, the Games’ Program strives to...

    Members of the Investment Club: 2014-2015

    Mr. Lovell

  • Building a community, one weave at a time

    Building a community, one weave at a time

    Christopher Ma, Staff Writer

    September 21, 2017

    Friendship bracelets usually aren't the first thing that you would associate with boarders. However, that is exactly what the boarders did at our yearly Anvil Island from the 8th of September to the 10th. Every year, our Grade 11 boarders will participate in an art project, where everybody creates a s...

    A Dream catcher made out of friendship bracelets that the Grade 11 boarders made during the 2017 Anvil Island trip. It is currently hanging in the main stairwell in Harker Hall

    Christopher Ma

  • Saints Domination in Victoria

    Saints Domination in Victoria

    Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

    September 21, 2017

    Victoria, September 15/16- Both the St. George's First and Second XI soccer teams took part in the annual ISABC Tournaments, held at St. Michael’s University School (SMUS) and Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS). Both teams were playing in their first tournament of the season and were hoping to get off to f...

    Both the First and Second XI celebrate together after the First XI’s championship win.

    Dr. Matthews @SaintsHM

  • Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

    Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

    Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

    June 15, 2017

    Aboriginals in Canada have experienced maltreatment and discrimination that were institutionalized by the early European colonists, the introduction of the Indian Act and the establishment of the Residential School system being some examples. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was passed...

    Vancouver City Hall

    Tommy Kuo

Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

Aboriginals in Canada have experienced maltreatment and discrimination that were institutionalized by the early European colonists, the introduction of the Indian Act and the establishment of the Residential School system being some ex...

June 15, 20171 Comment

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Saints Domination in Victoria

Saints Domination in Victoria

Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

Victoria, September 15/16- Both the St. George's First and Second XI soccer teams took part in the annual ISABC Tournaments, held at St. Michael’s University School (SMUS) and Gl...

September 21, 2017No Comments

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Building a community, one weave at a time

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A Dream catcher made out of friendship bracelets that the Grade 11 boarders made during the 2017 Anvil Island trip. It is currently hanging in the main stairwell in Harker Hall

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Building a community, one weave at a time

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Friendship bracelets usually aren't the first thing that you would associate with boarders. However, that is exactly what the boarders did at our yearly Anvil Island from...

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The Grade 8 Camp, In Grade 12 Eyes

The Grade 8 Camp, In Grade 12 Eyes

Jaden Bains, Staff Writer

On September 13th, the Grade 8’s trekked out to Camp Squeah for a 3-day exploration designed to turn their class into a full-fledged team. Activates around comradely, commitment...

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St. George’s Investment Club: What You Need to Know

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How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

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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,...

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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...

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