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Thanks to our busier bees, this fall’s honey harvest yielded more than 15 gallons (roughly 60 litres) of the sticky sweet stuff.
The fundraising campaign, led by our student council and academic team, exceeded its set goal of $ 3,500!
Throughout the summer, students and staff have been honing their canoe skills in an unusual, and very welcome, venue: a retired sand-quarry-turned-cross-fit-club in Caledon.
The Pine River 6-student team has been honing its skills and teamwork in weekly practices at ILRC in Orangeville throughout the summer.
A forest garden has taken shape in a secluded spot in the woods on campus over the summer.
On a recent Friday, under a striped red and white tent with the sun overhead, a group of Pine River students proudly stood in their black gowns before staff, friends...
Friday clubs have a number of our students attuning to (and learning from) wonderful horses in a 10-week program at the nearby TUFF Therapeutic Riding Foundation.
Students and staff gathered this morning on our main Campus for a PRIDE flag-raising and reflection. Read the full draft of the beautiful and thoughtful address by one of our...
Just “Get Outside” is the annual rallying call of the o2 Project on June 10th. The o2 Project raises money for the Benjamin Ware Legacy Fund that supports wilderness therapy and mental health initiatives.
Pine River Institute (PRI) has been Accredited with Commendation following a recent survey by Accreditation Canada.
The province is falling short of the vital task of educating young people about the real risks of cannabis.