Reported by Nick Valka Although in Canadian universities there are still inequalities in pay between female and male teaching staff, the gap in the employment rate is getting smaller. According to a Statistics Canada survey done over 2016…
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.
Volunteers are leaders who impact their community and Maggie Stewart has been recognized for her outstanding efforts as the leader of Langara’s volunteers.
Reported by Nick Valka A Langara College instructor still finds excitement in teaching the next generation of artists while also being a contributing participant in the arts community for the past 15 years. Over the weekend, Elizabeth…
While using every last food scrap in the kitchen to create dishes is now commonplace in local restaurant culture, the waste saving technique is starting enter local households.
The Student Services department is trying to make the holiday season less difficult for some students in need.
The Langara College’s women’s soccer team couldn’t find the back of the net at the PacWest Championship tournament, where they recorded a fourth place finish
Langara retiree’s reminisced and shared laughs in the lobby outside of Studio 58 before the inaugural Langara Geezers' Gala talent show on Friday.
Reported by Nick Valka Main Street is home to many diverse restaurants and one family plans on visiting all of them. Kyle and Samantha Enns, along with their two sons Nixon and Vanek, have started a new segment on their blog titled ‘Main…
Breast cancer affects one in eight Canadian women, yet Langara College isn't hosting any events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.