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Cardinal Leger Catholic Secondary School
"Growing in Truth and Love"
  • Cardinal Leger Catholic Secondary School
  • 75 Mary Street
  • Brampton ON , L6W 3K5
  • Principal: Jason Pratt
  • Vice Principal(s): Catherine McLean
    Jennifer Kingshott

  • Superintendents: Tammy-Lynne Peel
  • Trustee: Anisha Thomas (Brampton Ward 3, 1)
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eLearning D2L: 

Bibliography Builders:

Common Style Guide

Ontario Educational Resource Bank:
username: dpcdsbstudent
password: oerbs

Need help choosing a novel to read? Use this site:

Mental Health Issues:

Canadian Cities:

Canadian Geography:

Canadian History:

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English as a Second Language:

 Employment Ontario:
A new website was launched this year by the MTCU called Employment Ontario. This website is a part of their new "No Wrong Door" project.

FILM: National Film Board: 

General Resources:

Health & Medicine:

An interactive website designed for Children and Youth who may be going to court. Contains simple definitions and outlines procedures of court. Also includes information about victim impact statements, and links to other sites.
A simple website that provides legal information about youth related issues.  Family Law, Court, Age Based Rights.  Also includes and ?Ask a Lawyer? section.
This site has short summaries and "frequently asked questions" in 28 different areas of law.
A great website for students. This site features concise summaries of current legal issues, social controversies, and economic and trade issues. Young offenders, human rights, cloning and many more subjects are featured. Mini-reviews of current federal legislation are also available. 
An interactive website created by the Canadian Superior Courts Judges Association, Public Education Committee.  The site presents five case scenarios and issues associated with the role of judges in Canada's judicial system.

Brampton Public Library:

Newspapers & Media:

Roman Catholic Church



            Cardinal Léger's teachers have access to professional resources located behind the circulation desk in our library. Teachers are asked to drop in and familiarize themselves with the available resources.

            The following are just some of the interesting titles housed in our "Teacher Resource" professional development section:

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