The students at Langara College are not interested in buying the products offered by the temporary vendors in the foyer of Building A, but the vendors say their sales are high this season and they are happy to return to the college next…
Three years after the peak of fossil fuel divestment campaigns on B.C. campuses, students still have little idea how much their institutions invest in oil.
Millennials are experiencing increased difficulty in committing themselves to a career path due to fear of failure and unobtainable societal standards according to teachers, counsellors and millennials themselves.
The idea that Millennials are commitment-phobic is all too familiar to some Langara College students.
A leading research firm that specializes in studying the economic health of cities has left off White Rock from its top-10 list of best B.C. municipalities in which to invest real estate.
An increase in freight train traffic on a small island on the Fraser River between Surrey and Pitt Meadows is disrupting residents’ access to the road that leads to the only ferry to and from the community.
Rising costs of living, paired with more potential career opportunities, are just two of the reasons why millennial women are choosing to delay the birth of their first child.
An environmental activist who posed as a Burnaby Now reporter last week to sneak into a news conference to confront Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says she didn't mean any disrespect to journalists.
On this week's edition of The Voice Podcast, we look at how hypnotherapy can help students through school.
A former Olympic figure skating competitor and judge is preparing a group of local figure skaters for this year’s provincial championships.