Stories of Success

See the difference Pathways has made in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.

Helping students connect with the land

Helping students connect with the land

It’s been two school years filled with isolation and a heavy dependence on technology, but lessons from Indigenous partners have helped ground both Pathways students and staff. At Pathways Kingston (or Katarokwi), which is located on the traditional shared territories...

Why Representation Matters

Why Representation Matters

To mark Black History Month, we invited Pathways alum Tatiana to reflect on what the celebration means to her. Here’s what she had to say:  When I was younger, I always wondered why there was a month dedicated to Black History. There was not a month dedicated to other...

Student Artists Show Appreciation to Pathways Supporters

Student Artists Show Appreciation to Pathways Supporters

2020 has been a year of challenges, but also of perseverance and hope. To celebrate everything we’ve been able to accomplish together, we asked Pathways students to design our holiday card to show their appreciation to you—Pathways donors, supporters, volunteer...

Beyond Barriers

Beyond Barriers

The COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to disrupt our world, with youth living in low-income communities being disproportionately impacted and experiencing amplified barriers to education. https://pathwayscanada.wistia.com/medias/a1axxnrj4v By adapting our program...

Becoming an Author: Emma’s Journey to Publishing The Fairy King

Becoming an Author: Emma’s Journey to Publishing The Fairy King

Emma is a Pathways alum from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She believes it’s important to have diverse voices in literature and hopes to create a non-profit organization to support young writers.   Emma smiles as she signs her book, The Fairy King. She’s at the Miami Book...

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