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Statement on News of Papal Visit, from the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities in Canada (ACCUC)News

November 4, 2021. The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities in Canada (ACCUC) is pleased to learn of Pope Francis’ decision to visit Canada with the goal of reconciliation with the Indigenous communities of this land. This past June, the ACCUC published a statement requesting that Pope Francis formally apologize to Canada’s Indigenous communities for […]

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Fall Update – Listening, Learning and Leading: Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Working GroupNews

Earlier this year, the discovery of unmarked burial sites at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School and other former residential schools throughout Canada brought renewed attention to the legacy of residential schools, and to the shameful recognition that we must do better in our communities to work toward Truth and Reconciliation. On June 1, Dr. […]

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2021-2022 Scholarship WinnersNews

Congratulations to the following students who received scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Competitive scholarships The following students were awarded scholarships based on specific eligibility criteria and strength of their scholarship application. For information about each scholarship, visit our Scholarships page. Denzel Bongco Archbishop J. Michael Miller Scholarship Archbishop Exner, OMI Scholarship Maria Therese Dela […]

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Looking back at 2020 and 2021 Convocation: Award Winners, Student Address, and PhotosNews

Congratulations to our newest alumni of the Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 who we honoured at Convocation this past September. And thank you to all who joined us in person and via livestream to celebrate this long-awaited occasion. This year’s Convocation ceremony was truly unique and one that will be remembered for years […]

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Mask and Vaccination updateNews

Dear Corpus Christi-St. Mark’s community, Our planning for the return to campus this fall continues to be informed by a commitment to protecting the health, safety and well-being of the campus community while remaining mindful of the importance of adaptability as conditions change. In recent weeks, BC has experienced a steady increase in COVID-19 case […]

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30News

Earlier this year, the federal government passed legislation to mark September 30 as National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The Province of BC has moved to recognize this as a new annual statutory day, and a day of commemoration. As noted by the BC Government in their news release about this legislation: “In recent years, […]

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Meet the New Circle of Fellows Scholarship WinnersNews

Corpus Christi College is pleased to announce the newest Circle of Fellows Scholarship recipients: Anthony De Lazzari (St. Thomas More Collegiate) and Sawyer Drummond (Vancouver College). Chosen from a competitive field of high school applicants, Anthony and Sawyer are the fourth class of “Junior Fellows” - dedicated, empathetic leaders who have the vision and desire […]

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Congratulations to our second class of Junior Fellows in the Circle of Fellows Scholarship programNews

Established in 2018, the Circle of Fellows is a community of young scholars, thought leaders and visionaries committed to changing the world for the better. Through the Circle of Fellows Scholarship, students benefit from a 2-year scholarship inclusive of tuition and co-curricular support, as well as from personalized mentorship; guaranteed opportunities for service, leadership, and […]

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Statement on Kamloops Indian Residential School burial siteNews

This is a wretched moment in time. The province, the nation, are roiled by the discovery of the 215 bodies of Indigenous children buried on the grounds of Kamloops Indian Residential School. Shame is mixed with remorse, anger and moral outrage. But it is not enough to shout j’accuse. That is too easy. We have known […]

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Fall 2021 Course DeliveryNews

Dear Students, This fall marks the first time since March 2020 that courses will be delivered in-person, on-campus. The prospect of returning to campus is exciting and the return will be undertaken cautiously and safely. At every step, we will be working under the guidance of the Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and government […]