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Redeemer adapts during COVID-19 pandemic

Teachers and students have leaned into the challenge of moving from school-based learning to home-based learning Redeemer's school building is closed to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but our students are still learning. Not only are they learning, they resumed their classes on March 25th and are on track to complete their…

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Winterfest 2020

Student Council initiative starts new winter tradition? Summerfest, a fun day on the last day of regular classes before June exams, is a longstanding Redeemer tradition. This winter, for the first time, we had Winterfest. Student Council members encouraged administration to allow students to let off a little steam before…

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Tulip Planting

75 Years of Freedom

Redeemer students plant tulip bulbs to celebrate the liberation of the Netherlands by Canadian soldiers This year, the Netherlands celebrated 75 years of liberation from Nazi occupation. After the Second World War, Princess Juliana gifted 100,000 tulip bulbs to Canadians for their role in liberating the Dutch and providing refuge…

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Vincent Marquis

Chapel speakers challenge students

A three-part Chapel series on living in community with our differences calls students to unite Chapel on Wednesday morning is an important component of Redeemer’s curriculum. Chapel is a time where students and staff worship God with our voices and instruments, but also a time where we can listen and…

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