The next time a disaster hits this region, Richmond will be more prepared than most.
New Westminster residents are going to get the right to ask the city for speed humps on their streets – but only if they are homeowners, unless some councillors are successful in getting that changed at the next city council meeting.
Langara’s plan to update its two-decade old registration system cannot come soon enough for some students and staff.
Small business owners can now easily access demographic data organized by neighbourhood to help them figure out where to set up shop, according to the head of the Marpole Business Improvement Area.
According to recent statistics, only 17 per cent of film and television directors in Canada are women. Only four per cent when it comes to films with budgets over $1 million. The National Film Board of Canada aims to change that, and have…
Langara is expected to get a return on the money and labour it is investing into hosting the men’s national college basketball championship, according to the head of the athletic department.
A new partnership between Langara and San Francisco’s Academy of Art University will give students specialized training in digital arts, and the full tablet of technical skills that are often lacking in other programs.
A hotly contested plan for a North Shore express bus is getting a late wave of support from a group of young West Vancouver residents, many of whom appeared at a lengthy council meeting Monday that heard over four hours of public testimony.
Some international students from China are urging Canada to stay out of the international Huawei controversy, and release chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou.
In the fourth episode of the Voice Radio, managing web editor Kathryn Tindale and web editor Darren Amner preview stories that will appear in the March 7 issue of The Voice. This podcast features the Kristian Trevena’s story about women…