An online marketplace is helping to streamline shopping for consumers who want to purchase ethically produced goods.
Competition numbers are low for ballroom dancing in Vancouver and some dancers have to pay their coaches to have them as a partner.
Langara students are spending tens of thousands of dollars buying bottled water while the manufacturer is getting it from the province for free.
Advocates for traumatized first responders in British Columbia say that WorkSafeBC’s current handling of their claims lags behind a new standard being adopted by other provinces.
The production team of, My Heart in Kenya, is finally reaping the rewards of the voyage of this part-time endeavour.
Indeed, the Langara Falcons basketball teams have their own unusual ways of ensuring their victories.
As part of its mission to help female youth players access and enjoy the sport, Vancouver’s only all-girls ice hockey association sent a team to compete in The Wickenheiser World Female Hockey Festival last weekend.
Early into the basketball season, the Langara Falcons men’s and women’s basketball teams are already aiming to make a statement in the PacWest provincials.
Geographic Information System (GIS) is a burgeoning industry that is growing among young students, and chances are people use it every day without knowing it.
Volunteers are leaders who impact their community and Maggie Stewart has been recognized for her outstanding efforts as the leader of Langara’s volunteers.