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Media Enquiries

We are an apostolic order of Sisters who respond to unmet needs in our world. We hold a vision of all people united in one community of love, a goal we strive for through prayer and our ministries. Our aim is to help those who are struggling in today's world, especially the poor, by supporting and walking with them.

All media enquires should be directed to Lisa Tabachnick, Director of Communications, at 416-467-2630 or

Press Releases and Statements

Sisters of St. Joseph Celebrate 170th Anniversary (October 7, 2020)
Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking (July 27, 2020)
Office for Systemic Justice, Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada
Statement on Canada’s Human Trafficking Awareness Day (February 22, 2020)
CSJ Federation Office of Systemic Justice Letter on Wet’suwet’en Nation (February 11, 2020)
CSJ Federation Office of Systemic Justice Letter Regarding Teck Resources' Mining Project (February 6, 2020)
Statement Regarding Climate Emergency (September 1, 2019)
Urging Ontario to Reconsider Legal Aid Cuts (April 22, 2019)
Statement Re: Closing the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children & Youth
(December 3, 2018)
Statement by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto Regarding the Repeal of Bill 148
(November 2018)
Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada Becomes a Blue Community: Working Towards Making Clean Water a Human Right (December 2017)
Catholic Sisters Illustrate Faces of Poverty & Offer Solutions (June 2017)
Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto Commends Province on
its Human Trafficking Strategy (July 2016)
Faith Alliance Delivers 4,000 Anti-Human Trafficking Postcards
to Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Office (January 2016)
Supporting Peoples’ Journeys through Maturing Years (February 2014)
The Sisters of St. Joseph and the Sisters of Service
Enter a Sponsorship Agreement (January 2012)
The Sisters Celebrate 160 Years of Service in Canada (December 2011)
Fontbonne Ministries Celebrates 10 Years of
Responding to Social Needs (September 2010)
Tyndale University College and Seminary Buys Morrow Park
from the Sisters (June 2006)
Sisters Awarded for Outstanding Contributions to Education (February 2005)
Fontbonne Place Community Garden Will Benefit the
Neighbourhood (October 2003)
Sisters Create Affordable Housing (March 2003)
Ministries started by the Sisters of St. Joseph

Other Resources

Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto
Administration Centre
101 Thorncliffe Park Dr.
Toronto, Ontario
M4H 1M2
Phone: 416-467-8070
Fax: 416-429-7921
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