In the Media

Opinion: End of IB Program at Campbell Collegiate is Regina’s Loss

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.”


Red Cross Honours Humanitarians

CTV Regina  |  October 26, 2017
Recipient of one of the Red Cross’ Humanitarian Awards, Jonah Toth talks about his work within the community.


Teenage Philanthropist to Recieve Humanitarian Award

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.


Regina High School Students win Young Idealist Award

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.


Campbell Collegiate Gains National Recognition for Global Initiative

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.


Meet CBC Saskatchewan Bright Light Winner Jonah Toth

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.


WE Day 2016 — Jonah Toth

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.


Student Upset International Baccalaureate Program Cut from Regina Public Schools

CBC News Saskatchewan  |  January 16, 2016
Jonah Toth, 17, is speaking out against the cancellation of the International Baccalaureate program in Regina public schools.


International Baccalaureate Program on the Way Out at Regina Public High 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.


‘Me to We’ Experience (Part 1) / ‘Me to We’ Experience (Part 2)

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.