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- Terry Fox Day
In an institution as long-standing at De La Salle in Toronto, there are moments of particular significance that arise every so often. The arrival of the first “Freres” form Montreal in 1851 to the new City of Toronto and the establishment of a small academy the very same year is naturally of major importance. Already in the Province of Quebec for some twenty years, the Lasallian mission would grow too in English-speaking Canada.
At this time of the year, it is only fitting to offer thanks to the school community for one of the best starts we’ve had to a school year in recent years...The biggest thank you is reserved for our students. De La Salle College is the best school in the city and this is in large part due to the fact that we have the best students in the city filling our hallways.
The staff at De La Salle recently had the opportunity to attend an enlightening afternoon at the Heritage House, focusing on the work of the Christian Brothers and the Mission entrusted to them, which includes Evangelization, Lasallian Catholic Faith Formation, and the development of a personal relationship with God and with others.