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If your children go to a Catholic school in Toronto, you may want to look into child care options for November 4.

Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) released a statement to parents and guardians on October 30 warning that if the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) workers go on strike Friday, November 4, all TCDSB schools will close for the duration of the strike.

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On Monday, the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) removed the LGBT YouthLine from its list of student resources in a move the service is calling "a validation of homophobia."

YouthLine is a company that helps support 2SLGBTQ+ community members across Ontario who are under the age of 29. 

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Following a recent outbreak, one Toronto school teacher has been fined after it was discovered that they were not wearing proper PPE. 

On October 23, inspectors were sent to St. Charles Catholic School to investigate the matter. 

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The life of a Catholic school student is truly unique. It's one that entails morning prayers over the PA, Passion plays during Easter and an overabundance of plaid. But aside from that, Catholic schools are just like any other school - you've got distinct cliques, classes you'd rather not attend, and everyone just trying to make it out of those four crazy years alive.

If you go to a Catholic high school in the city or previously attended one, you're bound to relate to these 24 common experiences:

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Growing up in Toronto's Catholic school system is a one-of-a-kind experience. The culture among Catholic schools in the city is an interesting one that involves frumpy uniforms, close-knit student bodies and a distaste for plaid. Like any other type of school, Catholic schools present the same characteristic challenges of teenage life; but there are still some experiences that only Catholic school students would understand.

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