Regina Leader-Post | June 4, 2018
“As students, we would often complain about the academic rigour of the program, but we never doubted what an incredible opportunity it was.”
CTV Regina | October 26, 2017
Recipient of one of the Red Cross’ Humanitarian Awards, Jonah Toth talks about his work within the community.
Regina Leader-Post | July 14, 2017
Jonah Toth will receive the Regina Young Humanitarian of the Year Award at the 9th annual Power of Humanity Gala in October 2017.
980 CJME News | June 15, 2016
Jonah Toth is looking to change the world. In a way he says he has already. He’s in 12th grade at Campbell Collegiate in Regina, and is part of the school’s Me to We group – a group that pushes for both local and global initiatives.
Regina Leader-Post | June 15, 2016
The Campbell WE team received a 2016 Young Idealist Award, presented by Free the Children and the National Bank, on Wednesday.
CBC Saskatchewan | March 15, 2016
Jonah has worked tirelessly to promote the “Me to We” philosophy within his school. He has helped to established not just a vibrant “Me to We” Team within his school, but the philosophy has spread to other schools within the Regina Public School Board.
Shaw TV Saskatoon | March 9, 2016
More than 15,000 students earned their ticket to We Day Saskatchewan through community service. We spoke with 17 year old Jonah Toth, a student at Campbell Collegiate High School in Regina, about the local and global initiatives he’s spearheaded.
CBC News Saskatchewan | January 16, 2016
Jonah Toth, 17, is speaking out against the cancellation of the International Baccalaureate program in Regina public schools.
Regina Leader-Post | January 14, 2016
Students currently taking the International Baccalaureate (IB) program in Regina are disappointed the same opportunity won’t be available to high schoolers in the future.
CTV Regina | September 18, 2015
Jonah Toth recently had the chance to participate in a trip to India as part of the ‘Me to We’ movement.