The manufacturer of thalidomide – the anti-morning sickness pill blamed for causing birth defects in thousands of babies – has issued its first ever apology, 50 years after the drug was pulled off the market.
The drug led to birth defects in Europe, Australia, Canada and Japan, but was never... Read More
Congratulations to SMS Alumna (2007) Gillian Carleton and her team mates for winning a bronze medal at the London Olympics! Gillian and her team won the medal in the Women’s Team Pursuit. Check out the CBC Article for more information.
Gillian Carleton graduated from St. Margaret’s School in 2007 and was a member of the SMS Swim, Cross-Country and Track teams. Last Thursday, Gillian and her teammates posted a Canadian-record time in qualifying at a cycling World Cup. We can’t wait to see what comes next for this dedicated young... Read More
This year, I was selected to be part of the House of Commons Page Program. Over the past few months, I have had the opportunity to serve Members of Parliament and other parliamentary officials during the proceedings in the House of Commons. As a page, I have the chance to learn about the workings... Read More