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In The Booth with Curt Bloom

Aug 3, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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"My hope is that when a team member, no matter who they are or for whom they are playing, put that uniform on, they understand how lucky and how privileged they are." More

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Hume: North Toronto Collegiate a lesson in city-building

Oct 11, 2010 • Toronto Star
On the other hand, the first thing you notice about the new North Toronto Collegiate Institute is that it doesn't stand apart. Indeed, it's so completely integrated, it's hard to tell where the school ends and the other buildings begin. Given that the ... More

Journalism's future best honoured by the Star

May 22, 2014 • Toronto Star
The Reckoner has become the paper to anticipate in the school community each month, and garnered two of the top honours at the 18th Toronto Star High School Newspaper Awards Thursday, in the best electronic newspaper and best newspaper ... More

Star investigation: Slacking off gets high marks at this 'high school'

Sep 16, 2011 • Toronto Star
And then there was me, a Toronto Star reporter posing as a summer school student upgrading her Grade 12 chemistry mark so she could apply for nursing college. I was a mediocre pupil at best: I barely studied, never handed in homework and failed most of ... More

Teachers, students play role in North Toronto CI success

May 7, 2011 • Toronto Sun
TORONTO -. It all depends on who you talk to when it comes to the academic success of North Toronto Collegiate Institute. The teachers say it's because of the students and the students say it's the teachers. This year North Toronto was given 8.6 out of ... More

North Toronto Collegiate a blueprint for the future

Sep 29, 2010 • Toronto Sun
While the old North Toronto Collegiate Institute (NTCI) school building on Roehampton Ave. awaits demolition, a new chapter in the school's history started last month when its 1,200 students were welcomed back to the new state-of-the art facilities. More

Inside Reach for the Top's battle of the brainiacs

Jun 20, 2014 • Toronto Star
The games begin in February and pit them against more than a dozen teams from across Toronto in weekly matches at North Toronto Collegiate Institute, a modern-looking glass building near Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave. As the weeks pass, UTS soars. In fact ... More

Student stabbing death: Teacher recalls seeing kicks, hammer blows

Nov 13, 2012 • Toronto Star
They drove to Annu's school, Toronto Collegiate Institute, and waited for him to come out. When Annu drove off, they followed him to the plaza, Kellway said. Various witnesses are expected to describe one of the assailants as having a limp, Kellway said. More

Is selling off public school property a good idea? It depends

Nov 24, 2012 • Toronto Star
... past year, David Roberts, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Toronto, and I have carried out an in-depth study of the land sale and public-private partnership with a developer that resulted in the redevelopment of North Toronto ... More

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