Contributions: Private Investigators Who Care



Star Quality Private Investigations® Cares About Their Community.

At the core of our Toronto-based Private Investigation Agency, is a deep commitment to giving back and supporting each of the communities we serve. By helping to foster positive, trusting relationships among individuals and families across the Greater Toronto Area, we in turn deepen our understanding of the unique needs of each of these communities, helping us be more responsive investigation partners and community members! In short, the more we give, the stronger we become. 

As one of the leading Toronto Investigation Agencies specializing in the provision of Family Law Investigations, we have chosen to align our core community embracement initiatives around providing support for women, youth, and families. Particularly during the COVID-19 crisis, women and youth have been disproportionately disadvantaged, with surging rates of gender-based violence reported across the country. The mental health of both women and youth has also suffered tremendously over the course of the pandemic, and we are committed to offering resources and support to those who are adversely impacted.

  • 40% of youth met the screening criteria for illnesses such as anxiety, depression, or PTSD, according to an Oct 2020 study in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. Among those youth who were already dealing with mental health issues, the number jumped to over 68%. 
  • Nearly a quarter of women have indicated experiencing moderate to severe anxiety and loneliness, compared to only about 17% of men, according to an October 2020 survey by The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto. 

As well as providing financial support to foundations that are tackling these causes head-on, Star Quality Private Investigations® Toronto is deeply committed to offering resources to our private investigation clients. Recognizing that the vast majority of individuals and families who approach us requesting investigation services are navigating highly sensitive, emotionally complex situations, we expanded our service offering to provide Case Support & Life Coaching  The Team of Case Managers are led by the Director of Star Quality Private Investigations®, who is a Certified Life Coach (C.L.C) through the amazing Anthony Robbins.  The program has proven to be highly effective in helping those who feel lost or helpless, find light in their darkest times. 

Scholarship Program: Frequently Asked Questions

Star Quality Private Investigations® launches our annual SQPI Scholarship Program for the 2023-2024 school year. We are proud to offer this scholarship to eligible Canadian students. The selected recipient(s) will be awarded a $1,500 CAD grant towards their education.

Your future is bright. And we are here to help you on your way. Achieving a dream career is tied directly to discipline, drive, integrity, ingenuity, and commitment. These attributes are cornerstones to personal and professional success. 

Managing the journey through to graduation involves knowing that finances and time will prove to be constant distractions to your efforts. Hurdles that test your resolve and challenge you in ways often not yet faced. SQPI created this annual scholarship, available to all Canadian college and university students, regardless of the area of study.

Star Quality Private Investigations® is a premiere Private Investigation agency with offices across Toronto and the GTA in Ontario. Our agency offers a full suite of professional investigation and surveillance services to all business segments and industries, government agencies and to private individuals. At the core of our industry is truth. Our deliverable is compelling evidence that ensures our clients have the truth of their situation. This clarity enables the most effective and prudent decisions to be made, or actions be taken, by our clients in reaching the most beneficial outcome.

Submission deadline: September 15, 2023
Selection date: September 30, 2023


The student shall be:

  • A Canadian citizen, permanent resident or other legal standing that allows them to study in Canada.
  • Accepted or enrolled in a Canadian college or university for the 2023-2024 school year.


Truth. Without it, there is always room for tragic results. Regardless of the career path one takes, regardless of the relationships in one’s life; truth plays the leading role in success. Our industry is dedicated to uncovering the truth of the matter and dedicated to operating with authenticity, integrity, expertise, and professionalism. These are the core values of SQPI. Values that are used as the benchmark in defining how our business functions, supports clients, engages communities, defines operational policies and procedures, and hires investigators. These benchmarks generate the actions required to capture the plan SQPI follows for accountability and success.


Evaluation Criteria: The selected recipient will be chosen based on the submission that: 1] best demonstrates in-depth self-reflection through their answers to the questions noted below, and 2] clearly presents their comprehensive plan for personal accountability that keeps them on track to graduating. This plan should be anchored in core values and benchmarks.

Self-Reflection Project:

1. List the core values that best reflect those aspects of yourself you refuse to sacrifice for success.

2. What does the word “integrity” mean to you?

Quick Example: “To me, integrity means having a consistent character, even when there is pressure to compromise.”

3. Have you ever had consequences for doing the right thing?

Quick Example: “In a previous position, I once had to report one of my coworkers for dishonesty even when I knew it might cost me his friendship.”

4. What do you do when you need to admit your mistakes?

Quick Example: “When I know I’ve made a mistake; I go to the person or people my mistake affected and I tell them the truth.”

5. Tell me about a time when a situation tested your integrity.

Quick Example: “A former boss once asked me to lie to his supervisor. He told me it was not a big deal and that he would take the responsibility for any consequences, but I wasn’t convinced.” 

6. How have you dealt with failure in the past?

Quick Example: “When I was searching for a job after college, I struggled to find a position in my field. I chose to …”

7. In 500-1000 words, please share your accountability plan, in detail, to ensure your own success.

All applications will be evaluated by our team. The winner of the scholarship will be notified via email on September 30, 2023. At this time, the winner must provide proof of enrollment. 


The application guidelines are as follows:

  • Your submission must be received by September 15, 2023 at midnight EST.
  • Applications should be emailed to in word format, or a PDF.
  • Applicants must include their name, address, phone number to ensure a valid submission.
  • The applicant should state the college, university, or course they are currently attending or planning to attend in the body of their submission email.
  •  No additional information should be included.

We look forward to reviewing your submission.