Oapce in action

Queen’s Park Visit

On Tuesday, May 28, 2024 the Co-Executive Directors and Directors of the Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education (OAPCE), representing different regions from across the province visited Queen’s Park in Toronto for an unforgettable day of advocacy for Catholic Education.   OAPCE members were seated in the packed gallery as visitors to the assembly. Upon […]

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The Friends and Advocates of Catholic Education (FACE) hosted a Lobby Day at Queen’s Park on Tuesday May 14th where the Co-Executive Directors of OAPCE and all the Catholic Partners met with MPPs and other Catholic partners to express the importance of Catholic Education. The Archbishop of Toronto, His Grace Francis Leo as well as


Celebrating 85 Years

Join Us in Celebrating 85 Years of Advocacy with OAPCE This 2024, we at the Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education (OAPCE) are excited to celebrate a significant milestone – our 85th anniversary. As highlighted in a recent article by John Wilson in the Catholic Register, our journey since 1939 has been one of

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Catholics are integral to the preservation of Catholic education

The “debate” on educational issues at the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) is becoming as “toxic” and predictable as that at the TCDSB. Anti-Catholicism “woke” progressives seem determined to have their way, even if the Law says they cannot. They spend a lot of money commissioning legal opinions – at Board expense – so

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The Power of Parents

The word advocate has taken on a whole different level for the parents of children in our Catholic education system. When a child begins his/her school journey at the tender age of four, parents may never imagine the degree of participation required in their child’s education. Click here

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Parents make voices heard

OAPCE has been the voice for Catholic parents in Ontario’s education system for 80 years and it has no intention of letting that voice go unheard. With the system facing a belt-tightening provincial government, and the always present call to merge Catholic boards to create one huge public system, it’s a voice that is needed

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