come To teach
in the north for
your health

come To teach
in the north for
your health

It's nice out
live here

By choosing the Grandes Rivières District Catholic School Board (CSCDGR), you bet much more than your career: you opt for a healthy lifestyle.

The outdoors, space and affordable cost of living contribute to a unparalleled well-being and at a great quality of life.

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Pleasant school life

Our classrooms have an average of 19.6 elementary students and 12.5 secondary students - fewer students per class than most schools in Ontario. Among other things, this allows the teaching staff to offer better supervision to each student.

In addition, our schools are among the least affected by preventive measures related to the pandemic in all of Ontario!

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Attractive rural background

Many city dwellers are leaving the city for more affordable regions. Beyond financial reasons, rural communities give way to a better sense of security and a greater sense of belonging. In addition, commuting time between home and work is generally much shorter in rural areas.

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Natural social distancing

The population density in our region varies on average between 2 and 100 people per km2 while in urban areas, such as Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, it is between 350 and 4 people per km650.
(Statistics Canada, 2016 Census)

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Affordable homes

While many regions show considerable increases in real estate purchases, the average cost of houses is maintained by us, even that we observe a slight decrease in average price. The cost of buying a home of a similar style is on average three times the price, or more, in Toronto than in Timmins!

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Optimal salary

From the start of their career, teachers in Ontario earn nearly $ 9 more per year than in Quebec. After 000 years in the business, this gap can reach up to $ 10.

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Healthy community

The territory of the CSCDGR is one of the Ontario regions least affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

What we offer you:

  • Competitive salary
  • Numerous social benefits
  • Francophone work environment
  • Continuing education and mentoring
  • Committed and motivated colleagues
  • High tech

Relocation with family

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Do you have a spouse?

The CSCDGR is constantly looking for staff to fill a variety of positions. In addition, the region offers many jobs in very diverse sectors.
See all the positions available at the CSCDGR
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Are you a parent?

It will be our great pleasure to assist you in the process of registering your child for one of our schools!

About us

The Grandes Rivières District Catholic School Board (CSCDGR) welcomes more than 6 elementary and secondary students every day. Our 200 elementary schools, 29 high schools and 8 alternative education centers are located in an area covering almost 3 square kilometers, from Hearst to Temiskaming Shores, passing by, Foleyet, Gogama, Timmins and Moosonee.

Our beautiful little Francophone communities are warm and welcoming, and are full of Franco-Ontarian and Aboriginal cultural riches.

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Worth mentioning!

Whether traveling or visiting family and friends, the world is at your fingertips at Victor M. Power Timmins Airport. Being one of the largest airports in Northern Ontario, it accommodates planes from Air Canada, Porter Airlines, Air Creebec and Thunder Airlines.

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