The attitude towards women’s hockey in comparison to men’s has improved over the last couple of decades, says the communications coordinator of a south Vancouver female hockey association. It’s still not nearly on par with men’s hockey.
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As Langara College proposes an increase of its international student recruitment budget, concerns surround the ability of B.C. institutions to accommodate an influx of international students.
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.
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.