It is our privilege and honour to be involved on a daily basis with the alumni of De La Salle College, as this is a place where great memories have been made and continue to happen each year. It is important for each of you to know that as alumni you are especially vital to the well-being of the Lasallian community and its continued presence in the City of Toronto.
This page will endeavor to serve as a portal for our alumni and keep them informed on the events for our former students and those of the school itself. The memories and friends you have had while attending De La Salle are something that will last a lifetime and we encourage you to remain active and stay in touch with us. We have multiple events taking place each year that enable alums to remain actively involved with the College and we encourage each of you to take the opportunity to come back and visit us in a place that will always be home to you.
Director of Operations -Advancement & Community Relations
416 969-8771, ext. 232
- Annual Alumni Hockey Tournament
- Annual Alumni Soccer Tournament
- Del Girls Night
- Annual Alumni Golf Tournament
- Annual Alumni Baseball Game
2016 is the reunion year for classes ending in a 1 or 6 (1951, 1955 [special year], 1956, 1961, 1966, 1971, 1977, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006.) To learn more about you reunion, contact your Year Rep or Greg O'Halloran at 647-863-6902, for more information.
Please view the calendar below for scheduled reunion dates.
2016 Alumni Hockey Tournament
De La Salle College invites all alumni, young and old, male and female, to the 4th annual Alumni Hockey Tournament in support of Skate with Daniel, running on Friday and Saturday, February 19-20. Last year's event was a great success and we aim to make this year an even more enjoyable experience for all of those involved.
All teams will be guaranteed a minimum of three games over the course of the two day tournament with one played on the Friday night and the remainder taking place on Saturday afternoon. A licensed social for all players and friends will be held at the Heritage House on Friday evening from 6:00 PM until midnight.
The $85 registration fee includes jersey, three games minimum, food on both days, drink tickets, and guaranteed good times. All proceeds will go to support Skate With Daniel, to help with brain tumour research.
Online registration is now open and is operating on a first-come, first-serve basis. Team size will be limited to approximately 12 players maximum per team including the goalie. We will try our best to honour any group requests concerning team composition although we do reserve the right to have final say in an effort to keep the teams as even as possible.
Thank you for your interest in the 2016 Alumni Hockey Tournament. Registration is now closed.
Registration is now officially open for the 2016 Alumni Soccer Tournament. Sign up now to guarantee your spot; registration is limited so don't wait to sign up, sign up and wait! (Spaces will only be held once payment is received.)
New this year, the tournament will be played on De La Salle's brand new FIFA 3-star rated turf soccer field.
This tournament is not limited to those who played soccer at Del. All are welcome, we would love to see you back on campus to catch up and hear about all the great things you've been up to.
An effort will be made to place participants with others in their year of graduation.
Please direct any questions to John Voutsinos:
416-969-8771 ext. 272
Date: Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Location: De La Salle College
Format: 7v7 (half field, all teams are guaranteed 3-40 min games)
(Cost includes: jersey, pizza lunch, refreshments throughout the day and dinner)
A complete schedule will be sent out closer to the date.
We look forward to seeing you on May 7th!
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
Del Girls Night is an annual event celebrating the female alumni of De La Salle College 'Oaklands' and promoting female leadership in Toronto.
We're excited to announce the next iteration of Del Girls Night will be held on June 8th at the Heritage House (aka. the Brother's Mansion).
This year's DGN is focused on networking, so we welcome you to invite a +1, whether it's a colleague, a relative, or any woman that inspires you!
Featuring Guest Speakers: Lynda Shorten, Program Director CBC Talk Radio and Tanya Springer, Senior Producer CBC
*Cocktails & hors d'oeuvres provided*
If you or your company would like to support this event, please contact: email@example.com
Ladies, please invite any of your female Del classmates to this event as well!
De La Salle College “Oaklands” invites all members and friends of the school community to Royal Woodbine Golf Club on the 21st of June, 2016 for our annual fundraising golf tournament.
Created to support the Father Michael Luchka Scholarship Fund, the tournament aims to raise funds to provide a private Catholic school education of excellence to families who would otherwise be unable to afford it. This scholarship is awarded to deserving students entering at any grade level who have shown a willingness to involve themselves in community service projects.
The tournament begins with a sit-down lunch at 11:30 AM followed by a shotgun start for all participants at 1:30 PM. Dinner will be served at approximately 6:30 PM.
Prizes will be awarded for lowest combined score for a foursome, as well as for the winners of the longest drive and closest to the pin competitions.
Registration fees for 2016 are $225/person, which includes meals, 18 holes of golf with cart, and registration package.
Support the Tournament Through Sponsorship:
The continued success of this event is largely due to the generosity of the school community. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, or wish to provide financial support in any way, please contact Mr. Nick Cipriani at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 416.969.8771, ext. 232
2016 Alumni Baseball Game -Hosted by Steve Mason
One of the oldest classes to attend De La Salle College held it's 60-year reunion on Thursday, September 1st, on the Del Campus.
On July 9th the annual De La Salle Baseball game took place at Tom Riley Park in Etobicoke.